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Some Tips for Repairing Audio Components

If you are skilled with using a soldering iron then chances are that you can repair much of your audio gear yourself. So if something breaks you don’t have to take it back to the dealer if the warranty has expired. They would most likely charged horrendous fees for repairing the equipment. Instead, you can try to fix it yourself. However, only attempt this once the warranty has expired. I would keep all of your receipts from purchasing the equipment so that you can always check whether the equipment still has warranty or not.

If you don’t have to receipt then you might want to check if there any stickers applied on the equipment itself which would indicate the date of purchase. Typically manufacturers offer one year warrantee. Within that warrantee you can get your equipment repair or replace free of charge. If you are afraid of your equipment breaking after the warranty has expired, …