Question about RCA P61927 61" Rear Projection Television
I think your best bet is to ask around. Ask your friends, your workmates and neighbours. They all have a repairman call at some stage and I think customers are the best judge of the fairness and competency of any tradesman. When you have work done ask for the old parts he had to replace. Not that they're of any use but it does tend to keep them honest. If you go to his workshop to drop the set off, check it out if you can. Is it a real dump with piles of cast off sets littering the place. Usually a shop which looks like a dump is run by someone who can be messy in their work as well. The amount of time I've had to spend tidying up ater the previous tech because of his shoddy solder joints etc. If the tech comes to your home, check him out. Is he clean in his appearance and does he spend too much time drinking coffee and trying to baffle you with techo jargon. Avoid him and look for someone who's punctual and gets on with the job. Always ask what it was that went wrong, for future reference. You want and pay for a diagnosis and a proper fix. Keeping the parts and the info can come in handy if he's a shonky dealer you want to report. What you want is a friendly, cheerful and speedy tech. Not a grumpy, wish I wasn't here and sloppy one. Finally if you find a good tech, hang onto him and tell all your friends about him.
Posted on May 27, 2006
Pace Thats an easy one!! ME!! LMAO Great question man. In my thinking the best way to get someone who you will be satisfied with is to call the factory service # and they will refure you to a servicer. Now if you feel that servicer ripped you off they do have to answer to the manufacturer and yes they are really strick about the responses they get from consumers as when i was in the repair field I was authorized for 137 differant manufacturers. I of course cant or no one can please every one so yes I had my share of disatisfied customers and every single time I was contacted by the manufacterer to see my side of the story. Most of the time it was a consumer wanting something for nothing. so be nice to your servicer as we are human beings and we all do not ripp off peeps as the industry is famous for. Really trhat rumor about rip off tv persons were mostly in the 70s and 80s when they had set that were made entirerly of moduales and every body and there brothers were into thr repair gig then. Bottom Line listen to the manufactuerer and if you have a complaint DO respond to them. Good Luck
Posted on May 27, 2006
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