We accept all types of televisions for repair, including the older CRT types.  However, due to difficulty in obtaining some parts and the huge changes in television technology making newer ones more attractive we are not able to economically repair all of them.

If the screen is broken they are almost always uneconomical to repair.

We charge an inspection fee when they are dropped off to us.  This fee goes towards the final repair charge.

Our technicians are trained and experienced, and are registered as Electrical Appliance Servicepersons. All work is carried out in accordance with the Electrical (Safety) Regulations 2010.

We also recycle televisions.

Identifying your television

  • If it is older than about fifteen years, is heavy, has an outward curving glass screen and it if it is as deep as it is high then it is a CRT television.
  • If is has clearly visible white line on the screen it is a plasma television.  They are heavier than LCD televisions.
  • If the screen has a matt black appearance it is likely to be an LCD television.  It may have CCFLs or LEDs for the backlighting.
  • An LED television (as opposed to an LCD television with LED backlighting)  is newer than LCD models.  Some have an inward curving screen.

Reduce, repair, reuse, repurpose, refurbish, recycle.

Last updated: October 4, 2021 at 9:37 am