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Cl455icCh4o5

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im about to launch my own pc repair and consultation business
after reviewing some posts on the forums i can see alot of others are in or moving towards the same point

i was just wondering if anyone has any tips,problems i may encounter or just general info i may not know

ive got a clear price plan and i plan to offer 12 months warranty for new parts fitted this is because of the manufacturers warranty. i also plan to offer free maintenance checks

i dont do system builds yet but i plan to after a year of trading

any input would be great cheers guys Ch4o5
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This is the biggest problem I've run into. Everyone wants something for free...

http://www.geekstogo...ar-t265835.html
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read your post earlier it gave me some really good ideas.
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ive got a clear price plan and i plan to offer 12 months warranty for new parts fitted this is because of the manufacturers warranty

you'll want to make sure that your "warranty" is for labor only. the user could do something stupid to their computer that doesn't fall under the scope of the manufacturer's warranty (or their warranty could be cryptically worded and full of catch 22s) and then you'll get stuck with the bill for replacing the parts
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