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Anyone have experience with nintendo repair service?

Jan 16, 2006 5:55AM PST

I just sent my DS in for repair (it had 3 dead pixels) and when it came back it had the same problem and the top (the part that has the nintendo logo) was moderately scratched, any advice on what I should do (the DS was repaired under warranty)?

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Nintendo Repair Service for NES
Feb 15, 2006 2:39AM PST

We offer instruction guides and even a Nintendo Repair service for those who are interested in getting their NES working again. We also have some products for self-repair for those who want to fix their NES and NES games on their own.

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Nintendo Repair Shop site
Feb 15, 2006 2:40AM PST
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Jun 16, 2006 2:43AM PDT

We repair nes and classic gaming systems, and also sell already refurbished replacment consoles and full systems.

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classic gaming repair
Jun 16, 2006 2:45AM PDT

sorry the link is we have been on ebay doing this quite a while, check our feedback, JCsStash, we now expanded to the web.

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Feb 24, 2006 9:12AM PST

i heard that their sevices are pretty good...
not heard of anyone having problems witht their service so far

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Nintendo NES Repair
Jul 21, 2008 2:05AM PDT

I got a bad system there and they wouldn't return it, so I bought a new 72 Pinn connector from and they helpped me to get it working again. Their prices and free shipping are much better too.

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Bad service
Dec 12, 2009 4:58AM PST

I bought a system from the nintendo repair shop a year ago and it is still working today. They were really good to work with trying to figure out what games to get for my son, and they shipped quick.

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Nintendo repair -
Aug 22, 2010 3:42PM PDT

I had the same issue with my daughter's DS lite, unfortunately mine was not covered under warranty, so I was going to take to our local store in Chicago, (Chicago gadgets store) but I called and they offered me mail in service. I sent it to them and received it back 3 days after. If you are in Chicago take it or mail it to them. They also fixed my son's PSP's screen. Hope that helps.

Thank you!

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Chicago Gadgets store
Mar 4, 2011 6:46AM PST

Take it to Chicago gadgets store, 4611 n kedzie , Chicago IL 60625. This is their phone number: 773-463-999 they also offer mail-in service! They also fix PSPs, PS3s, Nintendo Wii, etc..

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