FAQs About Cell Phone Repair
If you have questions about warranties, what’s wrong with your device, or how CPR’s repair services work, this section is for you! CPR has compiled a list of our most frequently asked questions about cell phone repairs and our services. Get answers to our FAQs below!
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At CPR®, we repair cell phones on a daily basis. In addition, each location is capable of handling all sorts of electronic repairs including laptops, tablets & gaming systems.
We specialize in:
- iPad repair
- iPod repair
- Xbox repair
- Playstation repair
- Wii repair
- iPhone repair
- Samsung repair
- HTC repair
- laptop repair
- Blackberry repair
- & so much more!
The repair price estimate includes both replacement parts and labor.
CPR’s limited lifetime warranty covers defects in the parts that we install as well as the labor associated with the repair . The warranty does not cover issues caused by physical or liquid damage.
Older devices have been known to slow down if a recent software update has been installed because the phone’s hardware is not equipped to support the new features of the operating system.
After you’ve removed your device from the liquid, dry the outside of the phone being careful to not press any buttons. If possible, remove the battery to decrease the likelihood of a short.
Bring your liquid damaged item to CPR® and we will gladly take over from there! For more information on handling water damaged phones, see our Road to Repair for a Water Damaged iPhone blog.
Since every kind of repair we perform is different, payment is due upon receipt.
The typical cell phone battery begins to deteriorate after 400 charging cycles. The average user will reach this point after 1-2 years of regular usage. Learn more about CPR’s battery replacement services.
If I currently have a warranty protection on my device, will any repairs you do make my warranty void?
When your item becomes damaged, your warranty protection becomes void.
If I really need my item repaired as quickly as possible, how can I be sure your mail-in services are fast enough?
Typically most mail-in repairs are completed within 48 hours. If you need your item sent back in a faster manner than regular mail services, let our staff know and we will be able to send your item back to you by priority shipping with an extra cost.
If your phone does not charge altogether, check to see if the port is loose or dirty. If it’s loose or dirty, you will most likely need a charging port replacement. If an aux cord can be firmly plugged in, you are most likely experiencing a battery issue.
Typically we have a water damage repair success rate of 75% percent, though nothing is guaranteed to work and there is no warranty included.
CPR® does not sell parts or tools. We only sell refurbished electronics, tech accessories, and of course offer repairs
While CPR® mainly recycles cell phones and cell phone batteries, we will accept most small electronics for recycle including game systems, computers, laptops, televisions, and tablets. Learn more about recycling electronics with CPR®.
While there’s always someone who can fix your device for cheap, beware of prices that seem too good to be true. A cheap repair from the other guys often involves subpar replacement parts, further damaged devices, and more repairs needed in the long run.
At CPR, we we believe in using top-quality parts and upholding the highest standards to ensure we get every repair right. Our repairs are trustworthy—we use professional-grade replacement parts, provide lifetime warranties, and are always there to help with any future issues.
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