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A big oil refinery with the characteristic cooling towers and furnaces dominating the skyline as seen in the distance from the highway. Above the structures, a thick white smoke rises into the otherwise clear blue sky.

A big oil refinery with the characteristic cooling towers and furnaces dominating the skyline as seen in the distance from the highway. Above the structures, a thick white smoke rises into the otherwise clear blue sky.

        We are surrounded by electronic devices that make our lives easier. When one of them fails, we throw it out and buy a new one. For every device that we produce we use up a small amount of the planet’s resources. Why throw the broken item if we can fix and use it? Yes, often the old device looks somewhat ugly in front of the new one, but there surely will be someone who will be happy to use it. It’s fun to bring the technology you love back to life!

I have more than 14 years of experience in this area. My goal is to share the experience I have. With your desire and a little help from me, you can get a broken computer, a smartphone, a tablet or a game console back to work.

 

home_s_1Not everything can be repaired. Sometimes repairs can be expensive. But when you can, don’t be afraid to try. You see, repairing an item can bring pleasure.

I’ll be nothing but happy to help and guide you through the rough time of bringing the technologies you love back to life. Here you will find “how to” information on computers/ laptops, smartphones, tablets, game consoles and etc.

 

And don’t forget – repair to save the planet!


How to fix it?

Some repairs are easy, some are difficult, but we’ll never know unless we try. Are you ready?

OK, let’s fix stuff! What do we need?
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• INFORMATION
• TOOLS
• SPARE PARTS
• WILLINGNESS
• PATIENCE
• …AND A LITTLE LUCK

 

 

If you have an apple and I have an apple and we exchange these apples then you and I will still each have one apple. But if you have an idea and I have an idea and we exchange these ideas, then each of us will have two ideas.

George Bernard Shaw