In addition to supplying digital signage we also use our 35+ years in the electronics test and repair industry to offer electronics and electrical repair services in the Stroud area.
Lots of small businesses and consumers use equipment that fails on them that can often be fairly easily repaired.
We have electronics repair, test and knowledge in the following fields:
- Trouble shooting
- Electrical items
- Hi-Fi, TV and PCs
- Broadcast equipment, teletext and audio description
- Betting shop display systems
- Betting shop (or retail) audio amplifiers (microprocessor controlled)
- AES Audio
- SDI Video
- Signage display systems
- Large touch screen terminals
- Car electronics and broken key fobs
- Video gaming machines
- Fruit machines
- ATMEL AVR (Arduino) based circuits
While not everything is repairable due to parts availability or it requires special test jigs we don’t have to test it with, or simply that the time taken to effect a repair will take too long to be viable, a lot of things are easily repaired.
Email us about your repair: email@example.com
The board below is one of a number of boards we were asked to replace a large relay on. The boards are used in a product sold by a non electronics company so they didn’t have the skills to replace the part themselves. We are happy to take on small quantity work such as this.
When we have the time, we refurbish old Hi-Fi for resale after checking it all over for obvious signs of impending failure such as bulging capacitors, crackling switches and controls, dry joints etc and repair anything that needs it.
Unlike a lot of modern Hi-Fi, thirty or forty year old or more amplifiers have record deck phono inputs to please all those into the vinyl revival. They also don’t have complex circuit boards with microcontrollers on them so are easier to repair.
The items are then cleaned up for resale and will be put on ebay under the seller name vintage-electronics-hifi and will also be listed here.
If you have a requirement for any electronics repair, test jigs or testing please contact us via the email link below, ideally sending a photo of what’s faulty and what you think needs fixing.