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Screen Repair

Screen Repair

A broken screen is probably the most obvious damage to assess, meaning it requires very little knowledge and effort to determine the issue. A few common symptoms of screen damage include: 1) Cracked screen, 2) Shattered glass, 3) Busted LCD display, 4) Faulty backlight 5) Dead pixels

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Battery Replacement

Battery Replacement

Are you experiencing a diminished battery life? Most devices feature a rechargeable battery and each one has a limited lifespan, which means that the capacity & performance of your battery will eventually begin to decline to the point of requiring replacement. As the battery life begins to decline, so does the performance of your device.

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Free Repair Quote

Free Repair Quote

Is your device damaged or in need of repair? We fix virtually any problem and can offer you a free diagnostic. Fill out the form with your name, email address, model of your device, and the problems you are experiencing. We will reply back quickly with your free quote!

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Water Damage Repair

Water Damage Repair

Liquid damage can cause a buildup of corrosion, minerals, and debris which must be removed from the logic board and/or other internal circuits and components via special equipment. No matter if it’s a spill, splash, or submersion, we can help.

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Speaker Repair

Speaker Repair

Most modern devices feature a loudspeaker or an ear speaker. If your device is not producing any sound, or you are experiencing difficulty hearing due to static, your device might require the speaker repair service.

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Headphone Jack Repair

Headphone Jack Repair

Do you suspect that your headphone jack is broken? Common signs of a faulty headphone jack include: 1) You can hear no audio from the device at all, 2) The device produces audio but is very distorted or with static, 3) Sound only comes out of one side (or channel), 4) The sound cuts in and out, 5) The hold switch which is integrated to the headphone jack isn’t working

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Logic Board Repair

Logic Board Repair

The logic board is a small motherboard containing the internal circuitry of the device and features many chips and various components responsible for much of the functionality of the device. The logic board often goes bad when the device becomes exposed to liquid or static electricity. Common symptoms include: 1) Device is dead, 2) Device overheats or becomes extremely hot during charging

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Charging Port Repair

Charging Port Repair

The charging port (or lightning port in newer models) is typically located at the bottom of a device and is where the unit is recharged via a wall charger, sync cable, or dock station. Common symptoms of a faulty charging port include: 1) Device is no longer charging, 2) Computer does not recognize the device, 3) Takes much longer for the device to recharge, 4) Charging cable fits loosely into the port or doesn’t insert completely, 5) Device gets extremely hot during recharge

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Camera Repair

Camera Repair

Common signs of a camera malfunction include: 1) Hazy, blurry, or out of focus picture quality, 2) Camera app lags or freezes, 3) Back camera renders a black screen, 4) Camera app freezes after switching between front & back camera, 5) Missing features such as “Flash”, “Camera Roll”, and/or “HDR”, 6) The camera’s flash & shots are not in sync

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Button Repair

Button Repair

The typical symptom of a faulty button is a lack of responsiveness, and is very common, most often occurring due to normal wear and usage. When the button becomes unresponsive or “laggy”, it can severely impair the functionality of the device. In some cases, the culprit is a faulty sensor cable which is responsible for much of the button’s functionality.

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