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  1. Captin Kirk

    Captin Kirk Guest

    My Phasor broke, when we went to Andromeda and I tried to use it to warm a
    cup of coffee.

    Anyway, when we got back to Earth, I coundn't find anyone who could even
    figure out how to open it, probably since it was "made in Korea".

    Does anyone know of any TV shop that also fixes Phasors ?
     
  2. NSM

    NSM Guest

    | My Phasor broke, when we went to Andromeda and I tried to use it to warm a
    | cup of coffee.
    |
    | Anyway, when we got back to Earth, I coundn't find anyone who could even
    | figure out how to open it, probably since it was "made in Korea".
    |
    | Does anyone know of any TV shop that also fixes Phasors ?

    Tab books has a manual on design and building of these.

    "Electronic Gadgets for the Evil Genius" by Bob Iannini.

    N
     
  3. drwxr-xr-x

    drwxr-xr-x Guest

    So did your spell checker.

    *plonk*
     
  4. Graham

    Graham Guest


    If anyone seriously considering repairing Phasers they should consider
    whether they are adequately equipped to undertake such a task.

    The interior of such a weapon is more lethal than the flyback area of a TV
    and almost as dangerous as poking around in a microwave oven.
    See here for more information
    http://snipurl.com/bgqd
     
  5. NSM

    NSM Guest

    |
    |
    | > My Phasor broke, when we went to Andromeda and I tried to use it to warm
    a
    | > cup of coffee.
    | >
    | > Anyway, when we got back to Earth, I coundn't find anyone who could even
    | > figure out how to open it, probably since it was "made in Korea".
    | >
    | > Does anyone know of any TV shop that also fixes Phasors ?
    |
    | If anyone seriously considering repairing Phasers they should consider
    | whether they are adequately equipped to undertake such a task.

    Anyone who uses a Phaser to heat coffee is heading for a Darwin Prize (First
    Class) anyway.

    N
     
  6. Should have made sure that you got one of the older ones that was made in
    Japan. There is no documentation for that Korean crap.

    Leonard
     
  7. I've repaired them in the past. There's really no problem, it's all in
    having the proper tools. :)

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  8. Asimov

    Asimov Guest

    "Captin Kirk" bravely wrote to "All" (18 Dec 04 17:08:57)
    --- on the heady topic of "Where to get phasor service"

    CK> From: "Captin Kirk" <>

    CK> My Phasor broke, when we went to Andromeda and I tried to use it to
    CK> warm a cup of coffee.

    CK> Anyway, when we got back to Earth, I coundn't find anyone who could
    CK> even figure out how to open it, probably since it was "made in Korea".

    CK> Does anyone know of any TV shop that also fixes Phasors ?

    Get in touch with Marvin the Martian. He's right up your alley.
    Just remember to make a right at Albuquerque and ask for the
    Daystrom Institute.

    A*s*i*m*o*v

    p.s. A word of advice: don't wear a red shirt. That little martian has
    a bad temper and is space happy.

    .... Where's the KABOOM, there was supposed to be an earth shattering KABOOM
     
  9. Bill

    Bill Guest

    Marv's an expert on Illudium Q38 Explosive Space Modulators. Although
    the early ESM's were very similar to phasers, the technology in the
    later models after the Q30's veered away quite dramatically. I would
    leave the phaser repair up to Montgomery "The Miracle Worker" Scott or
    if he's not available perhaps Mr. Spock could whip up something using
    stone knives and bearskins.

    "We come in peace...set phasers to 'kill' "
     
  10. Take your phaser, turn the dial all the way up to OVERLOAD and just wait a
    moment while holding it. - Reinhart
     
  11. Asimov

    Asimov Guest

    "LASERandDVDfan" bravely wrote to "All" (20 Dec 04 22:18:36)
    --- on the heady topic of "Re: Where to get phasor service"

    LA> From: (LASERandDVDfan)

    LA> Take your phaser, turn the dial all the way up to OVERLOAD and just
    LA> wait a moment while holding it. - Reinhart


    When it turns cherry red throw it in Rienhart's lap and run away! ;->

    A*s*i*m*o*v

    .... Very funny, Scotty,... now beam up my clothes!
     
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