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Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by wefixpc, May 2, 2006.

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  1. wefixpc

    wefixpc Guest

    how much to you charge:
    1. examine the power supply then 110 v to 230 volt.
    2. take a old 15.8 g and install a brand new 80 g.
    3. format it two 40 g
    4. install xp
    5. add 5 tools software.
    6. install office.

    7. install new cpu fan

    8.I use compressor air gun and clean the whole motherboard.
    then I blow dry it. and then disinfect once more.

    bring it back to the owner,
    do the demonstration.

    how much?????
  2. $3.50 and a kick in the crutch.
    If ya dont know how to cost your time get out of business !!
  3. Don't forget the optical (CD or DVD) drives. They should be replaced or at
    the least the lenses cleaned when the system has a major service, at least
    if it's been over six months since the last service. Doesn't do anybody any
    good if you do all that work, then have problems the next time you go to
    load programs or rip CD's etc. Computer boxes are dusty places, and the fans
    ensure that the dust WILL get into the optical drives.

    Mark Z.

    Mark Z.
  4. Mikey

    Mikey Guest

    One million dollars and a nude picture of Jennifer Love Hewitt.
  5. sofie

    sofie Guest

    OK..... I am guessing that you had this itemized list of things done to
    your computer by a repair shop.
    HOW MUCH did they CHARGE YOU? ? ?
  6. Guest

    I have read some of your other recent posts so I KNOW that you are NOT
    in the computer repair business.
    So the question I have for you is:

    What were you charged for the repairs done to your computer?

  7. Cost of parts and software + about $65-70 in labor

    - Mike
  8. rb

    rb Guest

    I would have bought a new computer,not worth fixing
    a new one has more features,speed etc.
  9. Matt

    Matt Guest

    Hello wefixpc,
    I am curious about the disinfection part and having to blow dry it ??!! What’s
    going on their, I can understand dusting it out, but having to blow drying
    something means getting it wet this doesn’t sound very good. I just use an
    air compressor with a two stage filter/ water separator. I hope it’s not
    Lysol that’s being used. ;)
  10. wefixpc

    wefixpc Guest

    just use an

    I used level water vapour separator and the motherboard is moisted. so I
    need to blow dry.
  11. In general it is probably a bad idea to use any kind of liquid on

    - Mike
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