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steve hill television services
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A satellite repair at the top of a crumbling tower!
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21/06/2017
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I managed to replace this lot with just one aerial, it was a Minehead hotel and it certainly looked a lot neater afterwards.
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Before and after shots of the distribution system in a block of flats in Watchet. The amp was faulty anyway but all those splitters were destroying what was left of the signal.
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14/06/2017
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Before and after shots of an Ibanez guitar I refurbished.
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14/06/2017
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A bit of rewiring on a bass guitar, the addition of this switch allows switching of the pickups between series, parallel and single coil modes.
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14/06/2017
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Stuck on a bank at Selworthy...what an idiot!
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A bass amplifier I was working on, looks like the technicians at Trace Elliot had a sense of humour, and a love of science fiction.
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I had to install this at the top of a garden near Porlock, it was the only place it would work, then there was a 60 foot run of cable down to the house and a split into two rooms. A lengthy job but very satisfying when it all works well.
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I'm repairing more and more TV's with LED backlight failure, this is a fiddly and time consuming job, by the time the screen has been disassembled and the faulty LED's identified and replaced most of the working day has passed. However, I rarely have a repair turned down because of cost, most people realising it's a cheaper option than buying a new TV every couple of years...something the manufacturers are desperate for you to do by the way. These same manufacturers will also tell you this repair is not possible, well sorry Panasonic, Hitachi, Toshiba etc, it is possible and I aim to keep your ever less reliable TV's going long after you think they should be sent to landfill!
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Be careful how you clean your LCD, LED etc screens, these photos show the damage done by cleaning fluid that has leaked inside the set. The panel is at the bottom of the screen and is bonded to the screen in such a way that it can't be replaced, the result - an un repairable TV. I see a lot of these!
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11/12/2014
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