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seleco repair

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by malsat, Oct 11, 2004.

  1. malsat

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    anyone know of a repairer in north england for seleco svt 150?
     
  2. JMPremier

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    What is the fault with it?
    The repair may be something that you can do yourself with a little guidance.

    John
     
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    its water damage,from a leak in the roof
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  4. Chris Frost

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    Call Kevin Plaice at Inn Plaice AV in Blackburn. Mob 07956 194444 :)

    If the leak was only minor then it may be worth repairing. If you had Niagra Falls then you could be better investing in a more up-to-date replacement. SVT150 are at best 8yrs old, but could be clocking on for 18 years old if you have an early one. They first hit the UK shores for the football in 1986.

    Secondhand SVP350s are changing hands for very little money now. It got 5 star reviews in Home Cinema Choice and What Video when launched in the late 90's. £300 could get you something with more DVD friendly features like 16:9 mode and more accurate convergence. If you are happy to go with something a little older (and possibly bigger!!) the there have even been a few NECs and Barcos cropping up on Ebay for less than a grand, and Sony 1270s have been seen changing hands for less than £500 :thumbsup:

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