Repair Audio/Video Equipment
A guide to getting your electronics fixed
Looking to get your A/V electronics repaired? Check out our guide for fixing components like McIntosh, amplifiers, turntables, receivers, TVs, and more.
Step 1: Call the manufacturer
Calling the manufacturer helps you find out the best way to get your equipment serviced.
- They have repair facilities or work closely with authorized repair companies to fix their customers’ broken electronics.
- Be prepared with the original receipt if you think it’s still covered by the warranty.
- The manufacturer will most likely tell you to ship the product to them or the authorized repair company.
Step 2: Call a repair company
Stereo Barn works with these repair companies to get our customer’s stereo and surround sound equipment repaired in or near Pennsylvania.
- For McIntosh and turntables, contact Charlie Huss at CJ’s Classic Audio Service
- For Speakers, contact John Mueller at Mueller Speaker
- For TVs, contact Appliances Unlimited, a division of Boscov’s
- For stereos, DVD/Blu Ray players, gaming systems, and other home electronics, contact United Radio