Repair of: Static devices
★ = Easy
No danger to you or the device you work with.
★★ = Challenging
You are not in danger but your device are so be careful what you do. Expect some challenge.
★★★ = Average
You work here with electrical appliances and fragile parts, you disassemble and examine appliances. Although power is not always necessary during work, there is a risk of electric shock.
★★★★ = Difficult
You are going to test open devices with power on. There is very little damage and parts are rare, expensive or no longer available.
★★★★★ = Expertise
Fast rotating parts, electricity and measurements. Replacing or treating small fragile parts. Almost impossible repairs, Start only if you have the right knowledge, and are not afraid of losing your device if you make a mistake.
There is also a statement of the costs, these are based on parts to be purchased, these are calculated on the basis that nothing breaks during the process.
Purchase costs of the device/medium itself are not included.
Finally, some repairs are not yet completed, the button is then colored orange.
Low = €0 to €50
Medium = €50 to €100
High = €100 or more!
- 3M Cantata 700 (Background Music Player)
- Gramophone player (Bombay player)
- Errors 3537 Cassetterecorder
- Realistic TR-882 8-Trackrecorder (Vol. 2)
- Marantz SD1000 Cassetterecorder
- Sony TC-252 Tape Recorder
- Pioneer JT-215A Timerunit
- Teac PD-H570 CD Player
- Teac MD-H500i Minidiscrecorder
- Realistic TR-882 8-Trackrecorder (Vol. 1)
- Erres 3537 Cassette recorder (Vol. 1)
The TEAC MD-H500i MiniDisc Recorder. There are very few Minidisc players with this sleek appearance, Teac is one of them. But time and 'gravity' haven't done him any favors, watch as I work on a more modern tech. Where a temporary solution leaves me baffled.
So far it has not been possible to repair it and have now put it away in storage...
★★★★ = Hard