TV Repair at Mission Repair?

Hello again friends,

Well, it’s not official yet.  However since we have an amazing component level soldering staff and we’re repairing logic boards and other highly technical repairs in house, we are going to give a few items a try.  Our logic board repair division is growing rapidly, and if you’re a skilled component level technician and looking for employment, you should send us your resume!

1. Flat Screen Televisions

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We understand that TV’s drop in price so quickly that there are not a lot of feasible repairs at times; however when your TV fails just out of warranty, it may be cost effective to have a repair performed unless you just like buying TVs and are prepared to do so.  Like the gadget repair industry we are in, there is a viable economic limit when something fails, and we always try to provide the best pricing to ensure usability of your expensive electronic devices.

2. Bose Sound Systems

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Casey was kind enough to take this sale into our repair lab, and the customer states that “it doesn’t work”.  We are digging into this unit and if we can find a common or relatively simple solution for repair, we will begin providing services on these units as well.  We know that these systems are expensive to buy, so why not offer repairs on them as well?  Time will tell.

We’ve had requests for Radar Detectors, GPS units, and Beats Headphones as well.  We explore options as they come to us, but I feel a few new product lines heading to market from Mission Repair soon.

Last thing…when you search “screen repair” on Google, we will sometimes come up as a viable option.  However we have received multiple calls for “screen door repair”, and I want to let you know that we are not “screen door technicians”.  Just for clarification!  🙂

Take care, Ryan

Holiday hours approaching!

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Happy Holidays from all of us at Mission Repair!

We wanted to share our holiday hours with you so you are aware of a few special days that we have coming up.

December 24th, 2015 – we are open 10:00am to 3:00pm.
December 25th, 2015 – we will be closed.
January 1, 2016 – we will be closed.

Otherwise, our normal business hours will be observed and we will be happy to see you soon.

Have a great end of 2015!
Ryan

Thanksgiving Holiday Hours

Good morning turkey lovers!

Just so you know, we’ve changed our business hours on our website for this week, and it is going to be a busy one!

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Yes, we will be closed on Thursday of this week for the Thanksgiving holiday, but we also have limited hours on Wednesday 11/25/15 – we will only be open at our locations from 10am to 2pm.  This will give our employees a chance to close up a little early

Then on BLACK FRIDAY, the day after Thanksgiving, 11/27/15, we will be open from 6am to 2pm ONLY.

Black Friday is one of our biggest days and we’re going to start early, so if you haven’t already done so, it’s time to sign up for our newsletter now so you can get in on the Black Friday specials that only happen at this time of year!

The Holidays are here, and so is Mission Repair.  Thanks I’ve got some more fun stuff to talk about shortly!

Ryan

 

 

Indianapolis or bust!

Hello there-

We just finalized out plans to head to Indianapolis this week to secure our newest Mission Repair location and (maybe?) hopefully get the keys to the place!

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We are hopefully locating in Fishers, Indiana…just North East of the Indianapolis downtown mega-center!

Our Fishers location will be strategic; it’s part of our long-term plan of growth of retail locations across the country. This means one thing for sure; our newest locations will be coming on line in a slow and methodical way. Mission Repair isn’t a franchise with different pricing, process or methods; and all of our technicians are trained in house.

I’ll be unavailable at the end of the week and it looks like we need to cram a week worth of work into just a few days. I’ll be here late, I should probably order take-out for dinner!

Have a great day, Ryan

iPhone 6 screens repairs. Yes, we’re busy.

Hello friends of the electronics world.

Holy bananas, we’ve received in a record number of iPhone 6’s with cracked screen over the last two weeks. It’s clear to me that the demand for this service is on the rise.

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Since we’ve got a large inventory of these parts we’ve gone ahead and lowered the price to a never-before-seen-so-low deal, we’ve got our hands full will iPhone 6 device repairs at the moment.

Well, it’s not totally “full”, we can always take more 😉 At least I say we can, but I’d bet our technicians would think otherwise!

So head on into your nearest Mission Repair location to have your cracked iPhone 6 repaired, there’s never been a better time.

See ya, Ryan

CERT Rodeo. What is it?

Hi there and good afternoon!

I’m part of our local CERT Team here in Olathe Kansas. The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Program educates people about disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact their area and trains them in basic disaster response skills, such as fire safety, light search and rescue, team organization, and disaster medical operations.

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Using the training learned in the classroom and during exercises, CERT members can assist others in their neighborhood or workplace following an event when professional responders are not immediately available to help. CERT members also are encouraged to support emergency response agencies by taking a more active role in emergency preparedness projects in their community.

So as an active volunteer, I’m required to attend a certain number of training hours per year, and I’ve also opted to attend the big “CERT Rodeo” event that’s happening on August 1st of this year.

It’s somewhat exciting and I’m happy to participate. Volunteering time certainly makes me feel good and knowing what to do in an emergency doesn’t hurt. Of course, we all hope that emergencies won’t happen, but just this week my family and I had to run to the basement due to tornadoes touching down in the area. It’s one of those events that can cause the CERT Terms to be dispatched.

So like I’ve been saying since my new years resolution on 1/1 of this year, it’s time to get back into shape. I’ve only got three weeks until the Rodeo…but I know that I can strip a few pounds off so that my pants will feel like they are supposed to 😉

You should try volunteering some time if you haven’t before; it’s rewarding to give back to the community once in a while, I wish I had time to do more.

At Mission Repair as a business we’ve done some volunteer work as well, and we’ve donated not only money but a lot of time to worthy causes. It’s what we do when we’re not fixing iPhones!

Have a great afternoon, I’ll be back with some business information soon.

Take care, Ryan

My dog ate my homework – and my iPhone?

Hello there, this isn’t a new joke, I understand that. “My dog ate my homework” has been used as an excuse to get out of turning in assignments in class. But “my dog ate my iPhone” is a newer concept. Do these things taste good?

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I’m, not sure if this device was actually eaten by a dog, but it’s definitely something that needs to be repaired…and repaired fast! We’ve got the team to do it; this phone will certainly need a new front glass and back case and Lennie is on it right now.

If you find yourself with a device that’s been “mangled”, just give us a call. We’ll do what we can to get you back into shape.

Take care, Ryan