Started by retrorepair, 04:53, 29 November 10
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Quote from: Gryzor on 09:55, 29 November 10Hello mate, and welcome here.If you could put together a more detailed 'brochure' (what it is you can do in details, maybe pricing etc) I could pin your post or even make an announcement on the Wiki's front page...
Quote from: arnoldemu on 22:36, 30 November 10You don't mention the country. But I assume it is France?I worked this out from the currency and because your uncle worked for Amstrad France.
Quote from: retrorepair on 23:17, 30 November 10 Hello, I'm from Portugal, near Lisbon. I think you can see the flag below my nick. Cheers
Quote from: Gryzor on 12:17, 01 December 10Great stuff. Post stickied and posted on the wiki's main page.Hey, can you fix a QL that's having trouble on half its keyboard?
Quote from: Gryzor on 10:34, 02 December 10I think it was the right part that didn't work. I had opened it, connectors and membrane seemed fine - couldn't diagnose it with my limited (=about zero) QL knowledge...I think I'll send it to you once I get around to getting it out of the box
Quote from: norecess on 21:54, 02 December 10How much do you charge YOUR service (excluding pieces) ?
Quote from: Bryce on 11:47, 12 January 11To be honest (and not wanting to take any potential business away from Retro Repair) many problems with the CPC or any retro computer are very easy to do yourself. Obviously when it's something more tricky involving component replacement / fault diagnosis / soldering skills, it's probably best to hand your beloved CPC to somebody who knows what they are doing and won't break it further, and it's really good that Retro Repair offers this option.On the other hand, there's a real lack of repair guides in the Wiki, for simple things that anyone could do for themselves. Some have been added, but there are many more which could be added and would enhance the Wikiand maybe bring a few damaged CPCs back to life.Bryce.
Quote from: Gryzor on 15:36, 13 January 11Don't worry mate, I don't think anyone's against commercial ventures here as long as the supplier is not trying to rip people off - like, maybe, by charging 100 euros for a belt replacement or the likes. If you could make some guides, all the better, and they'd really be appreciated, but it's not a prerequisite for the promotion of your services. And I think that's what Bryce himself meant, too.Btw, has it brought you any business?
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