After having my TV at Best TV for 3months and nothing done to it without any phone calls made to me, I then took my TV to Air Force TV around 5:00 one evening. The man that helped me was really kind and I was impressed that when I entered the store he was actually working on a TV at the time. I explained to him that a lightning storm knocked out my TV. He charged me 30$ to diagnose the problem and he promised me a phone call the very next day. At around 12:00 in the afternoon the next day I received a phone call stating the problem with TV. He asked if it was okay for him to fix it, and I said yes. He told me that I could pick up my TV in 30min. When I got to the store the TV was fixed and he even took the time to hook up cable to it to prove that the TV actually worked. The price was really fair and the 30$ that I paid went towards the total cost that it took to fix the TV. I would highly recommend this place to anyone with a TV problem.
From Business: Sears Home Services has over 6,000 expert technicians providing both product maintenance and repair solutions. Our technicians are industry trained, well-respecte…
104 N Edinborough StRed Springs, NC 28377
From Business: Live sound production for bands, choral groups, or special events. We offer lighting for all types of events. We provide installation of sound, video, projection,…
Showing1-19 of 19results
We took in a Samsung 51" tv that had one HDMI port fried from lightning and the 2nd port stopped working a few months later. Brought it in on a Saturday and paid $30 for it to be diagnosed and had a phone call by Monday letting us know it could be fixed and how much it would cost. The $30 is taken off the total cost if you get it repaired. We paid $195 and now have our tv back with two working HDMI ports. His service was great and worked in a very timely manner.