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If you have a gig or a party coming up, you can’t delay getting your amp repaired. Nothing is more frustrating than an amplifier with no power, no sound, or bad sound. The thing is, turnaround times for many amplifier repair services take 1 to 2 weeks. Fortunately, you may not have to wait that long if you book amplifier repair on Airtasker.
Within minutes, our platform connects you with reliable amplifier technicians in your area. Nearby amp repair services may come to you as soon as possible. What’s more, we help you find available repair services who can fix up your amp or audio unit in no time. Go ahead and schedule your amplifier repair any time of the year, any day of the week!
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Common causes of amp failure include blown output devices that short circuit. Power supply faults and bad connections (e.g. outputs, jacks, etc.) are other possible reasons for amp failure. An experienced mechanic can identify your amplifier problem and take appropriate action.
Turnaround times for amplifier repair may range anywhere from several hours to two weeks. In some cases, amp repair may take a while due to the availability of spare parts. Fortunately, some Taskers on our platform can accommodate your urgent repair needs. Let us know how soon you need to get the amp repair done, and we’ll connect you with experts who can do the job.
Your Tasker can repair your amplifier within the comfort of your home. As an alternative, you may have a Tasker collect your amp and deliver it back to you once it’s fixed. Taskers can offer flexible setups according to your preference. Whether you prefer to monitor your amp repair in your home or send it away for fixing, Airtasker can help!
Your Tasker may be able to provide the replacement parts for amp repair. In which case, the cost of your amp repair should cover replacement parts. When putting up a task on our platform, provide all relevant details and attach photos of your amplifier. A detailed task or an on-site diagnosis can help Taskers provide you with more accurate quotes. Spare parts include bulbs, reflectors, diaphragms, valves, drivers, and other electronic components.
Replacement parts for your speaker repair may be provided by your Tasker. Please include as much detail as you can on our platform, such as task descriptions and photos. This way, Taskers can provide more accurate quotes. In this case, replacement parts may be included in the total cost of your speaker repair. Alternatively, an on-site diagnosis would help confirm the total repair cost, inclusive of replacement parts.
DIY speaker repair is not advisable due to the intricate nature of the job. Depending on the damage, some parts would need intensive cleaning or a complete replacement of parts. Attempting to do this yourself could lead to more damage than you started with. Furthermore, some procedures may involve toxic substances that could be dangerous. An expert would be able to get the job done more safely and efficiently.
All types of amps are probably repairable. However, some amp repairs may cost more money than the amp itself. Put up a task on our platform to get quotes from experts who can assess your amp issue. From there, you can decide whether to push through with the repair or retire your old amp. As for the latter, a Tasker can take away your old appliance so you can make room for a new one.
DIY amp repair could cause further damage to your appliance. Furthermore, a disassembled amp could entail more work for your mechanic once you hire them. Loose screws and disconnected connectors could lengthen the turnaround time of your amp repair. An experienced mechanic can correctly do your amp repair, all at a price that fits your budget.
Amplifier technicians can repair all types of amps, including guitar amps, power amps, PA, valve and tube amps, and Hi-Fi amps. Put up any amp repair task on our platform, and find experts with the relevant skills and experience. A Tasker may be able to fix your appliance as long as the parts can be sourced.
If your amp powers up but blows a fuse or goes into protect, a mechanic can trace the problem as soon as possible. They can also fix up an amp that lights up but doesn’t produce sound. Whatever your amp issue, Airtasker is here to help! Here are examples of amp repair services you can book on our platform.
A blown amp makes an unpleasant scratching or buzzing sound. Sometimes, a blown amp does not produce sound at all. On top of that, a blown amp could emit excessive heat, smoke, or a burning smell. All these symptoms may point to a damaged cord or blown internal fuse. To fix a blown amp, a mechanic may fit a new driver, replace parts, or re-wind the power transformer primary windings. A blown amp doesn’t have to disrupt your party preparations. While your amp is under repair, you can easily book a DJ to provide the music for your event.
Your mechanic may have to replace amp parts in the case of worn valves, or changes in tone, punch, and clarity. You may also need a replacement if no sound is coming out of your amp. A specialist may replace various parts, from main transformers to a fuse in the plug. An audio expert knows which parts to replace and where to get them.
Some specialists may be able to match your expensive Marshall stack or Mesa Boogie amp with genuine parts. Service inclusions vary from Tasker to Tasker. Once your amp is fixed, a guitar instructor may help you perfect your musical skills.
Any musician dreads the sound of crackly or noisy volume pots. This noise can cause a hiss or hum, signal break-up, and changes in amp tone. Moreover, crackly control pots can disrupt or stop other amp functions from working. To fix this problem, a mechanic would typically open up your unit and clean the pots. But some situations call for a replacement. A thorough clean may involve the use of canned air or a contact cleaner.
An amp may have dangerous faults due to lack of care, poor manufacturing, or wear and tear. Amp faults can result in electric shock or fires, which is why you should schedule a repair as soon as you notice any issues with your amplifier. Vintage amps can be dangerous to operate, as these electronics may fall short of modern safety standards.
Modern amps may also have safety issues due to incorrect fuses and underrated components. A mechanic can identify amp issues, such as exposed wiring, heat-damaged insulation, and insufficient airflow. Amp repair and maintenance services can ensure your amp is in good working condition.
Stopsley Common, Bedfordshire
27th Nov 2020
Ive got a hifi amplifier and the contacts on the selector switch wafer have worn. I have sourced a replacement which has the wafer PCB, twelve pins soldered into it, and two new spring contacts. It comes with these instructions: To get the switch out, you've got to remove the input selector knob and rod, and the volume knob, remove the volume pot and take out the main board. Underneath there's a screw holding the blue plastic piece in which needs to be removed, and then you have to desolder the switch pins. You'll then need to unsolder the original switch, disassemble it and fit the new wafer, and solder the new switch assembly back into the board. I can deliver
Cambridge Heath, Greater London, E2
27th Jun 2020
1.Troubleshoot the reason my amplifier and subwoofer is not working in my van. 2.fix it.
West Thurrock, Essex
5th May 2021
required new pin connector in BMW hi fi amplifier
Brondesbury, Greater London
14th Nov 2018
I've got an amplifier with 13 bose speakers includind the subwoofer. I want this connected to my Samsung 55 inches tv. Anyone available to do this?