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Do you repair VCR's?

Absolutely! We repair all makes, models and brands of all VCR's. I've personally been repairing VCR's since they first started making them, back in the very early 80's, when they cost upwards of a grand!

We have an exhaustive parts stock for all makes and models of VCR's.

Formats we repair include: VHS, VHS-C, Beta, SuperBeta, 8mm, Hi-8, D8 (Digital8), Mini-DV, DV, DVCAM, DVCPRO, 1/2" and 3/4" decks, BetaCam, BetaSP, among others.

Please understand that there are times when repairs of older VCR's are cost prohibitive. Of course, we'll let you know what can or cannot be done, once your unit is on the bench and gone over thoroughly.

Please see our section on 'bad caps'. This happens quite a bit with older units and many times renders them uneconomical to repair. Climate has a LOT to do with aging capacitors. Once on the bench, we'll be sure to check the unit thoroughly. If there is an issue, we'll inform you of such.




Do you repair Professional VCR's and Time Lapse VCR's?

Yes, and Yes!

We service and repair all Professional and Industrial VCR's and VTR's, inclduing - but not limited to: Professional VHS, Professional DV and Mini-DV, along with BetaSP, DVCAM, 3/4" 8mm, HI-8, Digital8 and more...



Do you repair the dual deck VCR's?

Yes! We service all dual-deck VCR's and VTR's. This includes the VHS & DVD versions, as well as the DVD & HDD versions as well. There are also Mini-DV & VHS decks, as well as DV & VHS versions.




Do you repair Beta VCR's?


Yes we do - All brands and all models. I've personally been repairing these units for well over 40 years. They tend to be heavier, thus the cost of shipping will be slightly higher as well.



Wont it cost a lot to ship my VCR?

Figure on about $25 or so if you pack it yourself. If you take it somewhere to get it packed and shipped, it can get expensive.

My one and only concern is that of careful packing. At least one inch of packing/ padding on all six sides - more is always better. Special attention needs to be paid to the front and the front corners of the unit - this is where the majority of damage occurs if not packed properly. Also, be sure to shake the box and make sure there is NO movement. If there is, add more packing/ padding.



How much do you charge for estimates?  ^ Top

First, we don't charge this fee up front. The only time we charge you a modest $30 estimate fee is if you do NOT have your unit repaired.
If you do decide to get your unit fixed, this fee is waived! If you paid this fee up front - we just take it off the top.

Some places even offer to ship your unit back for free. Come on. Do you really think that you're not going to be paying for this? Really? If you fall for that, I've got some swamp land here in Florida for a great price... One way or another, they'll get it out of you.

Back in the day I worked for shysters like this. They just mark up the cost of repair and tell you that shipping is free. In this day and age - if you're still falling for that - well, I just can't help you, my friend...

That's fair, isn't it?

'Free' estimates are a gimmick. So is 'free' return shipping.
Tell me, are you really gonna fall for that?


How much do you charge for return shipping?

On average, return shipping with insurance typically costs between $25 - $30, but can go higher if you reside on or near the West Coast.

What do I do next?
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