Looking for a TV repair shop

Discussion in 'Services & Businesses' started by Orely, Jun 13, 2013.

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  1. Orely

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    Hi,

    I am looking where I could have my TV (Samsung) fixed.
    The Samsung shop on Dongpalane is not doing this and is unable to advise me a place.

    Thanks in advance for your help!
     
  2. Petrus47

    Petrus47 Moderator Staff Member

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    Hi Orely,

    Found one in front of the Talat Thongkhankham, maybe call them before you decide to go:

    tv repair.JPG



    Could be that the map needs update :D
     
  3. Orely

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    Thanks a lot. I'll have a look at it!
     
  4. Orely

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    Hi Petrus,

    I have been showed another place at the same time, closer to my house so I brought them my tv.

    For those interested, it is close to Russian Embassy, on the same road as Manee Spa, on Sokpaluang road,Ban Thonkang. Near a crossroad. Map.jpg
    Sorry I'm not as good at maps as you! :)
     
  5. Petrus47

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    I knew there couldn't be only one:rolleyes:
    Don't worry for the map, your's is good enough o_O
    Now we have two TV repair shops in our records:D
     
  6. JK

    JK Jack of all trades, Master of none

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    Just out of curiosity, what type of TV do you have and what was wrong with it?
     
  7. Orely

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    This is a Samsung LCD 32''.
    Fixed already. Something related to the electricity was not working, I think due to a "high voltage"? (surtension).
    Don't ask more, i don't know! :)
     
  8. Petrus47

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    Put your lights on first when you come home. Remove any other plug if you notice something "abnormal".
    There might be overvoltage sometime on the network.
    Some people I know, living in Ban Watnak, metered 380 volts two weeks ago.
     
  9. Orely

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    thanks, i'll check. I should maybe unplug my tv when i don't watch it, as this is one which is never really off unless we unplug it.
     
  10. RK

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    Hi Orely,
    Do you know if they have spare parts too? My Samsung LCD has stopped working as one of the fans inside has died.
    Cheers
     
  11. Orely

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    Hi RK,
    I saw they are selling a few things but I did not check what exactly.
     
  12. RK

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    Thanks Orely. I will try to stop by and check.
     
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