Most people with current gear are able to return faulty products for free repair. Some have lost their warranty due to unauthorized modifications or excessive abuse. Others have older equipment that have passed their covered period.
I repair/rebuild/restore equipment. All equipment. Hoppers, markers, pneumatics, etc. This includes REPAIRING electronic components, replacing electronics and all other vital components as well as performing precision upgrade installs. I've been out of work(injury, not laziness) and have taken to restoring markers to pass time and keep me occupied. If I repair something it will be warrantied.
Prices depend on repair but they will be minimal, I'd rather have something to do and make little than nothing to do and die of boredom. You will pay for the parts, but I have most parts to repair most markers/loaders. Some new, some used. I have an extremely extensive marker/hopper/parts inventory.
You will pay for shipping but I can provide the label from my USPS account if you would prefer to have only one transaction than two. Once I receive payment I can send a label for you to print and attach to the box.
If a board has a bad component and I do not have a replacement then I may need to order the part. It will add to turn around time. If its a simple repair it will be completed within 3 days. I do repair solenoids if they can be repaired. Any board repaired will be done correctly with the appropriate solder using the appropriate techniques.
Of course cleaning and general maintenance will be offered but it likely won't be worth the shipping. Cleaning a Tippmann isn't worth what the shipping will be but for something like that I'll charge less than 10 bucks to disassemble, clean, re-lube and reassemble. If it needs O rings or rubber detents(Cocker/Angel style detents won't be free) I'll cover it, but if it needs something significant I'll inform you prior to repair.
I'm fluent in all makes/models and pay extreme attention to detail. I thoroughly enjoy restoring/repairing classic markers. It doesn't matter if they are locked up, damaged or just leaking I take great care of them due to the fact that once they are gone, they are gone. I hate seeing classics tossed in a closet to spend the rest of their lives getting hammered on by shoes and other discarded junk.
If you would like, the equipment can be sent to a paintball field here to ensure delivery and trust. The repairs can be recorded upon request and faulty parts can be returned along with the repaired product.
I do not anno. I do polish.
Box of neglected markers needing service. I purchased them knowing that they hadn't been used in over a decade and all needed complete rebuilds.
Needed everything. It required a complete, 100% restoration. The bolt was locked in the breech, everything leaked, marker would not even attempt to cycle.
Needed a partial re-build. It received all new seals.
Here are some others:
Needed solenoid repair and correct assembly(had a leak and wasn't correctly assembled).
Needed all seals and O rings.
Just a general servicing. Torn down, lubed, assembled.
Needed a lot.
General maintenance and a detent.
Cleaning and lubing.
I'm more looking for something to do rather than make money. If you need third party shipping, its free. If you would like me to test 3rd party items its 5 bucks for anything in the box. That is only to cover air and packing material.
Are you still offering this service? I live in Macon, GA and I have a 2011 Proto Rail that isn't firing due to a solenoid hose that isn't fitting onto the nipple correctly which makes it leak horribly and a faulty capacitor between the board and solenoid. Could you send me a PM on how much you think it'd cost?
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