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Airtasker’s hi-fi repair service is convenient, budget-friendly, and reliable. Consider it a step up from a sketchy DIY job, having to wait for the store’s repairman to stop by, or lugging your hi-fi to the hi-fi repair shop. When you work with a Tasker, they’ll stop by your place, bring all the necessary tools, and do the troubleshooting, repair, and replacement of parts for your hi-fi system. Sounds great, right?
Start by tapping the “Post a task” button on this page. Fill out the form with all the details for the job, including your location, budget, desired appointment date, hi-fi system brand, and the issue that needs fixing.
Then, tap “Get quotes” and wait for offers from hi-fi repair specialists near you. Once you find an offer that fits your needs, tap to confirm, and you’re all set! If you’d like a hi fi repairs option that’s better than DIY or the repair shop, you can request a Tasker today!
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Yes, you can usually find a number of tutorials online for doing your own hi-fi repairs. But if you’d like a specialist’s advice on how to fix your hi-fi safely, you can request a Tasker near you. They can repair your hi-fi’s amplifier, do Sony hi-fi music system repair, and even work with vintage hi fi systems. Tap the “Post a task” button on this page to start booking a nearby Tasker for your hi-fi repair needs.
To start, check the connections: you may have a faulty power supply or loose cable. If that doesn't work, check what parts of your system are and aren't working. This can help you isolate the problem faster. Make sure you check parts in an organised manner to eliminate going through endless cycles of testing. Once you find what doesn't work, it's a matter of repairing or replacing faulty parts.
You can find a hi-fi repair expert right here on Airtasker! Our platform can help you locate nearby repairmen who may be available to fix your hi-fi system ASAP. This is more convenient than driving to a service centre, trying to fix it yourself, or not being able to enjoy your sound system when you want to. If you’re in a pinch and need your hi-fi fixed in time for an event, request a Tasker today.
This would depend on the Tasker you hire. Some may be able to fix your stereo or headphones, while others may not have the tools or expertise. It’s good to note that there are plenty of Taskers on our platform who can provide various services, such as repairing your computer or entertaining your party guests. Browse through our multiple categories, and you’re sure to find local specialists who can help you get more done!
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When you request a hi-fi repair specialist on Airtasker, you’ll be working with someone who can troubleshoot your sound system, repair or replace any broken parts, and if necessary, tell you when you’re better off buying a new hi-fi.
Though the details may vary depending on what your own hi-fi needs, as well as the Tasker you’re working with, here’s what you can expect when you book a hi-fi repair service on Airtasker
Your Tasker is in charge of providing any and all tools they may need to fix your hi-fi system. That’s why it’s important to make your task post as detailed as possible - so they can prepare all the equipment ahead of your appointment date.
The typical audio repair kit will consist of screwdrivers, a dim bulb tester, audio signal generator, and a soldering kit. Replacement parts may vary depending on your hi-fi’s brand and model. In some cases, a Tasker may inform you if the exact parts they need are no longer available (ex. for vintage hi-fi repairs)
Once your Tasker is all set up, they’ll conduct an assessment of your hi-fi system. This can include checking the power supply board, DVD tray system, DVD board, and the various components on the hi-fi’s power supply board.
Once they’re done with assessment and troubleshooting, the Tasker repairs the damaged parts of your hi-fi system. If they didn’t arrive with the replacement parts, they may run down to the shop to look for them or advise you as to where you can order them.
If it turns out that your hi-fi is beyond repair, or if purchasing a new unit is more affordable, your Tasker may advise you as to the cost. From there, they might give you tips on choosing your next hi-fi unit. They might also give you pointers on how to avoid similar problems with your next hi-fi.
If your audio or musical needs go beyond just hi-fi repair, you can also find a Tasker to help you out. You can use our platform to find local DJs for your next party, or get a start on those musical lessons you always wanted! Who knows, in a few months, you could be listening to your own music on the hi-fi!
Charing Cross, Greater London
27th Aug 2020
Attach Hifi cabling to ceiling around 20m length in total across one room ceiling
Amazing work, true professional, and very nice guy.
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