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realist13

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#196748 11-Jun-2016 09:29
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Is there anybody out there that can fix car amps..? I've got over 46 faulty ones.. Some are good brands.. If you are experienced and willing to make a profit from them I will be more than happy to split profits 50/50 for each amp you fix.. Even if we scrap them.. I can do the selling but I can't commit to fixing these due to other projects I have. I also have other job offers, from micro soldering to modding, these amps are just the 1st step. Cheers

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ludez
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  #1570301 12-Jun-2016 08:12
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I am possibly interested, flick me a PM

geekIT
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  #1570804 13-Jun-2016 07:02
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Me too. Cheers.





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  #1570829 13-Jun-2016 09:02
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realist13: Is there anybody out there that can fix car amps..? I've got over 46 faulty ones.. Some are good brands.. If you are experienced and willing to make a profit from them I will be more than happy to split profits 50/50 for each amp you fix.. Even if we scrap them.. I can do the selling but I can't commit to fixing these due to other projects I have. I also have other job offers, from micro soldering to modding, these amps are just the 1st step. Cheers

 

I personally not interested but I know Russian Electronic Engineers in Auckland who can do that. But few things first:

 

You have not mentioned:

 

a) Location (City; area) - as travel cost money

 

b) Are they all the same brand and model? - if they are all different - you would find little or no iterest;

 

c) You suggested arrangements are non tangible (what is the profit, where it comes from, who sells the amps?) - most likely the counteroffer you could get if a) and b) are appealing would be somethign like: you pay for the job fixed amount of $$$ and sell them yourself, bearing the burden of marketing, sales and warranty.... Otherwise your "profit" could be a $1 and I can't see anyone working for $0.50 :-)


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