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I having problems with my computer board and the machine is no longer working. How much to get to get it fixed?

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HI. this board has a history of breakdowns. You can try a hard reset if possible. this may reset the board.

Simply unplug or shut down the appropriate circuit breaker for five minutes. this may revive the board. If this does not produce positive results, the Board should be replaced.

The cost for the parts will be $160.20. it can be purchased online at the repairclinic.com
The labor charges, if you choose to call for service, will be 50 dollars an hour at the most.

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