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What does an electronic repair service include?
Airtasker’s electronic repair service covers pretty much all that you would expect at an electronics repair shop - plus added perks like home service and affordable rates. Electronic repair typically includes tools and equipment, troubleshooting, repairs and replacement of faulty parts, plus a Tasker who’ll purchase the replacement parts on your behalf.
While Taskers’ skills may vary from basic electronic repair to more advanced techniques, here’s what you can get done through this service:
Taskers can troubleshoot faulty hair straighteners, install replacement parts, and help you get more years out of your GHD hair iron. This is a great way to get affordable service once your GHD is past its warranty coverage.
LCD screen repair
This includes buffing out scratches, fixing TVs with faulty displays, or replacing cracked plasma, LCD, or glass components. LCD screen specialists can also handle fixing internal parts, like circuit boards. If necessary, they can recommend when it’s best just to purchase a new TV.
If you’d rather replace than repair, you can get a Tasker to help you mount your new television once it arrives.
Taskers can replace worn-out padding, fix faulty plugs or jacks, and even repair the hinges of your favourite headphones. They can also help you isolate whether the problem is with your headphones or with the connected device, such as your laptop.
Hifi repair includes fixing problems with the power board, disc tray, and other common issues that hifi owners may encounter.
If your speakers are starting to act up and are disrupting your family’s movie night or dinner party, it’s time to have them checked by a Tasker near you. They can fix common audio problems, such as distorted sound or malfunctioning surround sound.
Taskers can assess and fix problems with your amp, including overheating and humming noises. The result? More hours of enjoying the music you love at full blast.
Circuit board repair
This is a more specific type of electronics repair since you or the Tasker have zeroed in on the circuit board as the cause of faulty device. Taskers can fix damaged pads or broken traces on the circuit board of your printer, laptop, amplifier, or microwave. Once the repair is done, they can help you assemble the device again to check if the repair is successful.
Drone repair specialists can fix problems like abnormal flight direction, faulty batteries, blocked GPS signals, and more.
Whether you own a Wii, PS4, or Xbox, you can find a Tasker who can get it up and running again. Common problems they can fix include failed updates, freezing screens, or consoles that abruptly shut down.
Have you got an iPad or an Android tablet that’s giving you a headache? Consider hiring a Tasker near you. They can assess your tablet’s issues, do necessary repairs, and have it up and running again.
Recent Electronic Repair tasks in Canary Wharf
Repair philips toothbrush
Canary Wharf, Greater London
10th Feb 2022
The part that you attach the toothbrush head should be fixed, but it is loose (it can move side to side, and around - ie. can’t pull it out), so it means when you use it i) louder noise as presume it is vibrating as it is loose, and ii) the head doesn’t really vibrate much as I guess no traction given that the mechanism is loose
Paint Touch Ups
Canary Wharf, Greater London
10th Mar 2020
We are looking for someone to do paint touch ups of some small marks around our office, we have the paint with us!
My Samsung tv keeps restarting and showing lines vertical
Poplar, Greater London
18th Oct 2022
My Samsung tv keeps restarting and showing lines in the screen JA: Have you made sure all cables connected to your Samsung TV are securely attached to both the TV and the outlet? Customer: Yes It was working fine but in the last two days this keeps happening JA: Are there any HDMI cables or A/V jacks (red, yellow, and white cables) plugged into your Samsung TV? Customer: Yes hdmi 3 of them but they have always been there I might point out the tv is 10 years old and has been used often JA: Are the lines always vertical or horizontal? Are they black or multiple colours? Customer: virtical and always different colours JA: Is there anything else the TV Expert should know before I connect you? Rest assured that they'll be able to help you. - Due date: Flexible
Indesit washing machine starts cycle, then stops.
Canary Wharf, Greater London
2nd Jan 2019
My washing machine (Indesit LV[Content Moderated] ) switches on and I select one of the main wash programmes. At the start, the drum fills a few cm with water but then the pump stops. The timer counts down but nothing happens. The drain setting drains the water out as usual over a few minutes. I've cleared the waste filter and checked the manual's troubleshooting which recommends cleaning the pump filter at the front right hand side behind the base panel, which I've done. The mechanism turns with the normal magnetic impedance. I have also checked the waste water pipe into the U bend - it's totally clear, as I expected as I have cleaned out the whole system a few months ago when sink blockages were occurring (all resolved now). I've switched it off at the mains for 10m and tried again several times after. The same thing happens. Another point to note - it initially flashed up "Error code F05" but this has since gone away. That apparently means "the pressure switch has “jammed” on. So the washing machine thinks it is full of water and refuses to spin" ([Content Moderated]