Ooooohhhh doggie! We just released another HOT HOT HOT repair service! Did I mention it was HOT?
We are now performing full services for the LG eXpo GW820, and today we performed an LCD screen repair (not a glass repair like usual). Once again my Webmaster has added several new part numbers including the eXpo glass repair, the eXpo LCD repair, and the eXpo diagnostic service (which is always free!).
Here’s a picture of the eXpo that we received with the cracked LCD. It looks like an “ink” blot under the screen. Its the dark spot that you notice that renders the phone basically helpless. I mean, without the screen, using your Microsoft Office programs would be tough!
See that black spot on the screen? Not good.
Once our technicians serviced the unit, the screen under the glass is back in good shape:
Now this customer can use their phone again!
The LG eXpo LCD repair is another awesome service that was added to our lineup by customer demand. I mean, we wouldn’t add it if it wasn’t needed. We’re ready and have the parts in stock to get this repair done the same day received. Who else does that? Well, Mission Repair is the best at it and we are here for you.
Hello all- yes, I am busy munching on all the Christmas goodies that are coming in the front door. Dylan even showed up with a huge batch of chocolate/peanut butter bars covered in peanut M & M’s. I’m totally helpless here!
During my all day “munchin” we’ve managed to get a couple of new repair services launched. My Webmaster’s typing fingers are on fire! We received and repaired a Google Nexus One Smartphone – you know, these guys come unlocked from HTC running Android software and they work on a myriad of network providers like AT&T, Sprint, TMobile, Etc. . .here it was as received today:
Before the Mission Repair "magic".
Then Santa’s helpers (aka technicians) got a hold of the phone and refreshed it to it’s original condition:
No cracks = Sign of success!
It’s launched! The Google Nexus One Screen Repair is here and available for our customers. We’re taking orders now and parts are in stock. Make that tens of thousands of parts in stock here at Mission Repair ready for your use. I like it.
I’ve got another one to show ya, I’ll be back soon.
Looking for a last minute gift idea? Ever thought about giving a “service” as a gift? We get this request all the time. Right now, my technicians are on top of their workload (thanks to a little overtime!) and we are still on track to get repairs done and back to our customers BEFORE Christmas!
This could be your BEST Christmas ever!
At Mission Repair, we perform services within 24 hours. This means that we can EASILY get your MacBook, iPod, iPhone, Cell phone and many other small electronic repairs done by Christmas. Why would you want to do this? Well, in these trying economic times, our services are more valuable than ever. Rather than buying a new device, you can have your broken one repaired to like new condition for a lot less than buying a replacement. It’s the name of the game!
We will deliver the repaired items right back to your doorstep by FedEx. (Not by the blonde in the picture, sorry fellas) 😉
All kidding aside, we are in your corner. Need your iPhone repair done fast? Come to Mission Repair!
Take care, Ryan
This weekend I was hanging around the house watching some football- what a weekend of football it was! My goodness there are teams that I think are good then just prove they are not. Then there are teams that are bad, and continue to be bad. I guess it’s the way football goes. You just never know! Anyway. . .
My son Casey was hanging out on the couch with me (we got some good “couch time” together!) and I noticed his hands. . .
I put mine up to his and yes, it’s a perfect match. Are these the hands of a future iPhone Repair technician? I think maybe. Or maybe a future wide receiver for the NFL? I really don’t know yet, but at 13 years old he’s starting to surpass me. . .I can still beat him in a foot race, but something tells me he’s going to be taller than 6’3″. Oh yeah, we’re also wearing the same shoe size (size 12) and I clearly remember my feet still growing in high school. Hmm, is this a product of living in “corn-fed” Kansas? 😉
OK, moving on to business. . .look for us in the news. This week will mark some huge press for Mission Repair. Let me know what you think and keep your eyes open. Happy Holidays!
Good morning everyone!
So I walk into this today here at the Mission Repair office:
I mean let’s face it. I’m not 18 years old any more (however I am still “30-something”!). My metabolism is just not as “speedy” as it used to be. Do you have any idea how many miles I’m going to have to jog to burn off the Christmas calories that I see here? Yeah, neither do I, and I’m just not going to worry about it 😉
I think that I’ll start with the banana bread. . .no wait the snickerdoodle cookies. . .actually, maybe that large tin of fudge in the back sounds like a good “breakfast”. Yikes. I had better just “man up” and try not to over eat this morning. We’ll see!! I want to thank Melissa for bringing this masterpiece of a dessert tray today!
OK, just getting the day started here at Mission Repair and we had a busy weekend of orders. In fact my shipping department is busy getting out all of the parts orders and shipping kits early today. This month is touchy – one slip up and we fall behind. December is huge for us and we want each and every customer to receive our full attention and special treatment.
Hey I’ll be back later today with more “goodies”. Please stop by and grab a cookie.