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where to repair my laptop

Discussion in 'Laptops' started by snoopy, Jul 2, 2003.

  1. snoopy

    snoopy Guest

    I bought my Tiny Laptop in Nov. 2001. As it has been over 1 year, Tiny say
    they won't provide any warranty for it (they only provide warranty for 1st
    year after purchase) so that I have to repair it myself. Very
    disappointed!!
    The problem is the laptop alway got power cut off suddently for 1 year.
    Several days ago, the fan got stop ratating after the laptop running only 15
    mins. Any suggestion on this problem?
    Anybody knows a good place where I can bring my laptop to repair in Ipswich
    area? Someone recommends PCworld beside TESCO in Ipswich. Is that good?
    Which route of bus I take to there?
    Many thanks
     
    snoopy, Jul 2, 2003
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  2. snoopy

    Deathwalker Guest

    www.war.cc
    good a place as any to start looking for quotes
    also go to uk.comp.sys.laptops there are several dealers/repairers of
    laptops who haunt that group.

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    Ian Lincoln Independent I.T Consultant
    "snoopy" <> wrote in message
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    > I bought my Tiny Laptop in Nov. 2001. As it has been over 1 year, Tiny say
    > they won't provide any warranty for it (they only provide warranty for 1st
    > year after purchase) so that I have to repair it myself. Very
    > disappointed!!
    > The problem is the laptop alway got power cut off suddently for 1 year.
    > Several days ago, the fan got stop ratating after the laptop running only

    15
    > mins. Any suggestion on this problem?
    > Anybody knows a good place where I can bring my laptop to repair in

    Ipswich
    > area? Someone recommends PCworld beside TESCO in Ipswich. Is that good?
    > Which route of bus I take to there?
    > Many thanks
    >
    >
     
    Deathwalker, Jul 4, 2003
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