Diy Suppliers And Info

Discussion in 'DIY Discussion' started by themadhippy, Jun 20, 2003.

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    scott_01

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    scott_01, Nov 30, 2008
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    Rocket 88

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    Need birchply supplier with a panel saw..
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    rockdog 1960 I only hit it once !

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    Hi Fi Repairs

    A heads up to all in the Bolton/Manchester area to who diy repairs are a disaster waiting to happen. My Musical Fidelity A308 cd recently expired and a phone call to the above mentioned manufacturer frightened me to death so it looked like my cd was scrap. A look around the net turned up Mike Powel hi fi repairs in Bolton . A swift call later and I was assured the repair could be affected. 2 weeks later the 308 is back repaired and cleaned to mint condition for a fraction of MF's quote ! .I wholeheartedly recommend this great guy contact him at www.mpavservice.co.uk or call [See Website] and save yourself a fortune on dealer prices!:):):)
     
    rockdog 1960, Oct 10, 2014
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    Hi RockDog,

    Thanks for sharing your good experience. Do you know what exactly was wrong and what repair was carried out?

    I've removed the phone number because auto call centres / spammers will more easily find it on a forum. It is still on the chaps website for those interested. I also changed your wording of 'troll around the net' to 'look around the net' because troll is a person who posts negative comments and winds others up on internet sites for the fun of it.
     
    Tenson, Oct 10, 2014
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