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Is it worth getting a video fixed?

(7 Posts)
ladymuck Mon 10-Jan-05 21:22:32

Ds2 has managed to break the video part of a combo TV/video thing. Just wondering how much it is likely to cost to get someone out to fix it? Anyone done this?

janeybops Mon 10-Jan-05 21:26:21

not sure but the man down the road with a repair shop looks at them and gives free extimates. Maybe there is someone like that near you.

He was very good - fixed it and at no cost to me!

janeybops Mon 10-Jan-05 21:26:53

you do have to take it to his shop though

SofiaAmes Mon 10-Jan-05 21:52:56

Won't your home insurance cover it as part of accidental damage. Mine covered my laptop when dh bathed it by accident while changing dd.

ladymuck Mon 10-Jan-05 21:56:09

I suspect that we have to pay the first £50 or £100 if we claim under the insurance.

soupydoupy Mon 10-Jan-05 22:11:02

Message withdrawn

ladymuck Mon 10-Jan-05 22:45:01

That's what I thought. Will dock it from ds2's Christmas money...

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