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Master Geek


# 38223 26-Jul-2009 13:58
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Hello

A friend moved my Xbox with a game in it and now it's got the horrible radial scratches.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQN_pz1KfMo

Does anyone know of a good DVD scratch repair service, ideally in Auckland but even via postal service?

Last time this happened I tried taking it to video stores but their generic machines didn't do the job. Civic video in Ponsonby finally fixed it for me, they sent it away to a specialist who repaired it for  $10. Unfortunately that was last year and the new owners have no idea where the previous owners sent stuff.

So I'm looking for a decent DVD scratch repair service that has had success with Xbox 360 discs.

Thanks

-Matt

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  # 239437 27-Jul-2009 19:44
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http://www.discstation.biz/index.pasp

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  # 239455 27-Jul-2009 20:38
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Also local video stores like Civic have machines, they charge a small fee to remove scratches.

Sorry did not read properly. Delete.

 
 
 
 




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Master Geek


  # 241809 3-Aug-2009 14:48
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Thanks safboy, I went up to Discstation in Newmarket and they did a good job for only $7.

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  # 241995 3-Aug-2009 20:42
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No probs. I used to work at Blockbuster - that's where we sent our product before we got our machines...

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