Electronics Repair Shop

Saving the Planet one repair at the time !!


TV Repair

We service all brands and makes of TV, including:


Keep enjoying your show.

Go green by saving your TV from the Landfill, Most TVs can be fix for a fraction of the cost of new.

Smart TVs Repair service.

Before spending hundreds of dollars on a new television, Call us today. We will always try to provide you with the best possible solution to your problem and a reasonable price to fix it. But if by any chance, your TV is not repairable, we will inform you and advise you on replacing your television.

Worry NOT, We can fix it !

We deal with all types of television brands including Sony, Hitachi, Panasonic, Samsung, RCA, Pioneer, JVC, Zenith TCL, Toshiba LG. We’ll diagnose the defect of the television set and according to its faults we’ll repair or replace the damaged part of the television. We are specialized in repairing Plasma, LCD, OLED, QLED, Projection and repairing of all minor and major faults.

Cracked LCD,LED (Flat Panels)?

If your screen  is cracked or smashed it can’t be repaired, the panel will need to be replaced.  From our experience,  in most cases the price of a new panel would make the TV beyond economical repair.  However, we do keep a few screens in stock of harvested screens that we fit as part of our “Fixed Price Repair”.  Whether we have a screen to fit your TV can only be determined by visual inspection as most models will have had several different screens fitted during it’s production period.

Problems can often occur with even relatively all new models of televisions LCD, LED, Plasma, 3D TVs Some customers report their screen going black shortly after turning on the television, even though the TV’s speakers continue to produce sound. You can test and rule out a number of things before concluding that your TV has a hardware defect.

      First, check the input settings of your television. Often, users will experience a dark screen when first turning on their television if the selected input corresponds with a turned-off or unplugged input, such as a gaming system or DVD player. If the problem persists, try reconnecting all cables on the back or sides of the television. It’s possible that one of your cables has gone dead. If you have access to other cables, try swapping these in and see if the problem persists.