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M1 Air CPU Damage

While our success rate with logic board repair is quite high, there are times where logic boards are just not repairable. It seems only fair to highlight one of these cases on our blog, as the scenarios do happen once in a while. We had a MacBook Air brought in that was refusing to power …

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Nintendo Switch Lite Repaired

Solving Nintendo Switch Lite Charging, SD Card, and Joystick Issues

Welcome to an in-depth exploration of a recent challenge we encountered—a Nintendo Switch Lite repair brought to us by a return customer. This case study not only showcases the complexities in electronic repair but also serves as an educational tool for our readers, emphasizing the value of professional expertise in repair. Comprehensive Diagnosis: A Critical …

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New HDMI Port Installed PS5

Overheating Playstation 5 With No Video Repair

A PlayStation 5 came to us with no video and the description of overheating issues. The PS5 in question was overheating and then suffered a significant drop, resulting in a complete loss of video output. Symptoms The customer described the PS5 as getting excessively hot and shutting off frequently. After the fall, the device showed …

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MacBook Air with liquid damaged trackpad removed.

Restoring a Water-Damaged M1 MacBook Air

In the world of Mac repair, challenges can emerge unexpectedly, and each case brings its unique story. Our customers are at the heart of everything we do, and their trust in our expertise is what drives us to excel. In this blog post, we’ll share the details of how we successfully restored a water-damaged M1 …

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Restoring an Xbox Series X: Distorted Video Repair

Because of our expertise in micro-soldering, we do see a lot of business-to-business repairs. Shops that do not have the capabilities we have will send us devices to fix for their customers. Recently we encountered an Xbox Series X that had gone through a rather unfortunate series of events. Originally the Xbox was brought into …

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Lot of dust in Xbox

Xbox Series X – Repairing a Damaged HDMI Port and Clearing Dust

Gaming consoles have become an integral part of our entertainment ecosystem. When a beloved console like the Xbox Series X encounters issues, it can be a frustrating experience. We had the opportunity to revive an Xbox Series X that faced video display and noise problems. Join us as we delve into the details of this …

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Damaged Backlight Cable on A1707

A1707 MacBook Pro FlexGate Repair – Don’t Trust Inexperienced Repair Shops

When it comes to repairing electronic devices, experience and expertise are crucial. Unfortunately, not all repair shops possess these qualities, which can lead to botched repairs and damaged devices. That’s exactly what happened to a customer’s A1707 MacBook Pro. The customer found us through a Google search and came to us with a device that …

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Repaired FlexGate Issue

How we fixed a MacBook Pro 15″ A1707 with Flexgate issue

Flexgate refers to a problem with the display backlight cable in certain MacBook models, which can result in a display that appears dim or flickers on and off. The issue is caused by the design of the backlight cable, which is too short and can become damaged over time with normal use. A super classic …

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Liquid damaged keyboard on Think Pad

Repairing a Lenovo ThinkPad Laptop: Fixing a Liquid Spill on the Keyboard

As technology becomes more integrated into our daily lives, it’s not uncommon for accidents to happen. One such accident that we see a lot is spilling liquid on your laptop’s keyboard. Liquid over the keyboard can lead to the keys no longer functioning as well as damage to the logic board that is under the …

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Cracked screen on Chrome Book

Repairing a Cracked Screen on an HP Chrome Book: A Cost-Effective Solution

In this post, we will look at a recent repair involving an HP Chrome Book with a cracked screen. Chrome books are inexpensive devices, so sometimes when you have an issue with one it is cheaper to replace the computer instead of repairing it, but in this case, we were able to fix the device …

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