New Service: Amazon Kindle Fire Battery Replacement!

Hello M:R Nation –

Have you ever found your Amazon Kindle Fire to be lacking in the battery life department? Over a period of about 2 years, a battery can start to become complacent in its task of keeping your device going. You will notice that it takes much longer to charge up and in some cases, it doesn’t even charge to its full capacity. Guess what, the Kindle Fire is about 2 years old! This puts it right in that range for the battery to start losing it intended power ability.

Kindle Fire battery, Kindle Fire battery replacement

Do you see that huge black square? Thats your battery!

We are now starting to hear this often of the Kindle Fire here at Mission Repair and that is how this newest service came to be. Kindle Fire owners want their original battery life back and Mission repair is going to give it to them! Starting today, I am pleased to announce the Kindle Fire Battery Replacement Service! With this service, we will get your battery life back up to full capacity and away you go!

Yes, it is that simple. We won’t hound on you for more money down the road, we won’t try to up-sell you once we have it and we won’t keep it hostage for a long period of time because we don’t have the part. We are fully stocked and ready to repair!

Oh, I almost forgot the icing on this cake…The Lifetime Battery Warranty! Once you have your Kindle Fire Battery replaced by Mission Repair, we will support that battery for the life of your device. Just another reason to chose Mission Repair for your Amazon Kindle Fire battery replacement needs.

Cheers, Troy

Cracked Macbook Pro with Retina Display? Mission Repair Has You Covered!

Happy Monday M:R Nation –

Did you know that Mission Repair services the newest Macbook Pro with Retina display? We actually service both the 13″ and 15″ models which have just recently been released by Apple.

What makes these services differ from our normal Macbook Pro Repairs? Well, it’s that beautiful Retina display. Thinner and more crisp than ever, you would have to imagine that there is some kind of new technology used for this result? Well, this is a yes and no. What you see on the Retina display Macbook Pro is the same thing you see on the new Macbook Air, the whole display is built into the display backing.

Macbook Pro Retina Display Repair

You can see in the above picture the different layers that are included in the new MacBook Pro Retina display assembly. What should really jump out to the trained eye is the fact that the glass is no longer a separate piece. It too, is built into the display backing with all of the other LCD components. In fact, the glass is now considered a component of  the LCD screen. This is how Apple has produced such a masterful display. In true Apple fashion, less has become so much more!

With this new configuration, this means that this is not a project for the DIY’er! This is not something you would want to do sitting at your kitchen table. This procedure calls for a few specialty tools that you can’t pick up at the local hardware store, unfortunately. However, if you are considering completing this repair yourself, you should start with the tool needed first and foremost, a cleanroom. This should only set you back a few hundred grand 😉

A cleanroom will help you keep any dust or debris from entering those layers that you are building into the display back. Now, we know most of you don’t have a few hundred grand to just throw towards a cleanroom and this is where Mission Repair has you covered! We will do all of the work for you! We have all of the tools, the  professionally trained technicians and experience to turn your frown upside down!

We are now offering both the MacBook Pro 15″ RETINA DISPLAY Glass and LCD Repair and  MacBook Pro 13″ RETINA DISPLAY Glass and LCD Repair services! We have had the 15″ service up for some time now, but never really announced it. With the addition of the 13″ service, we find this to be the perfect time for that! So starting today, we are actually officially announcing these services! Along with screen services, we also have diagnosis, superdrive and logic board flat rate services, so please look out for those.

We are excited to offer these much needed services and hope to save you some cash along the way. Repairing your Retina display with Mission Repair will be 1/4 the cost of buying a new laptop. This is a number I can’t make up. So please contact us at 866-638-8402 with any questions you may have and enjoy the first Monday of March!

Cheers, Troy