Don’t get mad at the phone.

Hi friends –

Did you happen to drop (or throw) your iPhone and crack your screen during the World Series? Yeah, sports can sometimes have that effect on people. Well, at Mission Repair – even though we are in Kansas City (Go Royals!) – we understand this. We find that we get a string of folks coming into our local offices after every major sporting event with a cracked screen and a “I don’t want to talk about it” expression on their face.

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Thankfully, after a visit to our repair center, they know that we have their backs. We send them out of our doors with a new confidenceā€¦ and a new screen!

Our iPhone screen repairs are completed with care by our highly trained technicians, using the best quality parts and working with one goal in mind: Returning a repaired iPhone back to you! What good is this expensive piece of technology if it is not in your hands? We completely understand this and work hard to make sure that we have it fully repaired and back in your hands in no time!

Here are 3 options on how to start living the life of your iPhone, void of cracked glass:

Email Us: Sales@missionrepair.com

Call Us: 844-459-0105

Visit Us: iPhone Repairs!

Any one of one of these 3 choices will all lead to the same destination…a repaired iPhone! So whichever one you chose to click on, just know that you are in good hands!

Take care, Ryan

It’s beginning to look a lot like Thanksgiving around here!

Happy Holidays! They are upon us. I’m always surprised when Halloween is over and we are all talking about Christmas shopping. It’s starting to look like Thanksgiving here at the Arter house, the decorations and coming out:

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This means that the Holiday Savings are coming at Mission Repair too! Every year we receive hundreds of devices that customers send in for repair – that are then gifted as “presents” to their loved ones! There is still a lot of time for this, and we will talk more about it later in the month.

Now we should start talking about the amazing specials that we will be having on iPad and iPhone repairs…with Black Friday specials coming (WE WILL BE OPEN SPECIAL HOURS TOO!!) and then the biggest day of the year for us…CYBER MONDAY (which is November 30th!) we will have an “all hands on deck” event that you won’t want to miss. Every employee will be at work and “on point” as we make it through the Thanksgiving weekend.

Don’t forget to check our hours as we will be open early on Black Friday…I can’t wait for the fun to start!!

Are you ready? Ryan

A little common sense goes a long way.

Good morning friends,

A couple of months ago, my spa/hot tub stopped working. I know – poor Ryan, his spa stopped working. This blog post is not about the fact that I own a spa, but that anyone that owns one need to know that after about 5 years the main pump will fail. I found that out at 5 years and 4 months…

The breaker for my spa keep tripping, and all I was getting was a loud buzzing from the spa when I did try to turn it on.

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Since I’m in the business of electronics repairs, I was able to dignose the issue myself. It was a bad main pump, which is just essentially a large motor with a pump assembly mounted on the front of it. I ordered a replacement.

Once I received it, I made sure the breaker was turned off and drained the hot tub to get to the disassembly. It was pretty straight forward…one “water in” and one “water out” pipe connection and and electrical connector that had a pre-installed molex plug that fit perfectly into the heater box connection. Not rocket science.

I got the old motor and pump out, installed the replacement unit, reconnected everything and ~voila~ it turned right back on! No leaks and it’s running perfectly again.

Moral of the story; I’m a DIY repair guy. It’s how I started my business Mission Repair almost a decade ago. Is it time for me to open up a spa repair business? I do know that I saved about $400 doing this repair on my hot tub myself. That’s $200/hour. Frankly, if I can make $200/hour anywhere I’m going to do it!

Ok, the spa repair business will probably not materialize anytime in the near future, but for all of you spa owners out there don’t be afraid to tackle a job on your own. It might just be worth doing yourself!

Take care, Ryan