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Lunchbox repair??
Old 18th September 2011
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Lunchbox repair??

Does anyone know of a place in Los Angeles that repairs lunchboxes??. I have an OSA Trackpack. One of the slots has gone bad. I've done all the trouble shooting...ie: swaping pres & cables.
I can't afford to ship it anywhere as I can't be without it for that long.

Any leads??........... thanks
Old 19th September 2011
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bump..... no tips??
Old 19th September 2011
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Perhaps hit up Jim Williams, he's not in LA but not too far away. If you want someone more local just go to any good repair tech. I can help you out but will not be back in LA for a few weeks.
Old 19th September 2011
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Or call up OSA, they can probably recommend someone in the area.
Old 22nd September 2011
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im looking for a place in nyc that repairs them, too...
Old 22nd September 2011
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Quote:
Originally Posted by johnnyc View Post
Or call up OSA, they can probably recommend someone in the area.
Thanks,,,,,,do you have a shop here in LA??. I don't know Jim Williams?. I just figured local repair shops didn't deal with something like this??.
I wouldn't bother sending to OSA because, 1-they are out of business, 2- even if Dale or someone else there could look at it.....I'd likely be without it for a long time....can't do that.
I'll keep asking around.

You can PM me and we could chat about you having a look at it....
thanks
Old 23rd September 2011
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Jim Williams posts on here a lot, think he is in carlsbad. Perhaps re-post in the geekslutz section, that's where he hangs out a lot, and other knowledgeable tech people as well. Another option is to call some of the local studios, I'm sure they can recommend someone. Lunchboxes are relatively simple so someone with a good knowledge of electronics and also of recording would be able to fix it, don't need a lunchbox specialist per se.

I have access to an RF research lab that I use for repairs and building things. Mostly busy with other work but don't mind doing friend of friend referral type jobs if I have the time.
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