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TEAC authorized service center
« on: January 24, 2007, 10:32:32 PM »
Just happened to find this in some Google search. I have no information other than the link.

http://www.yamasinc.com/teac_service.htm
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Re: TEAC authorized service center
« Reply #1 on: February 05, 2007, 03:56:35 PM »
I was briefly considering getting a Tascam 38 and e-mailed them...below is part of their response for future reference....
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Yes, you can have the unit arranged to have it shipped here.  Please have the shipper include a brief note of return shipping and have it adequately packed and insured. 

We at Accutech have a diagnosis fee of $70 and labor rate of $70/hr plus parts and return shipping.  Also due to the age of the unit, we can not guarantee that all units can be repaired.

If you wish to have your unit evaluated, please send the unit to:

Accutech
16617 S. Normandie Ave., STE C
Gardena, CA   90247-5457
310-324-7406


Should you have any questions, please contact us again.

Respectfully,

Tats Yamanashi
YEI / ACCUTECH
www.yamasinc.com
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Re: TEAC authorized service center
« Reply #2 on: March 29, 2007, 06:29:16 AM »
I can vouch for the Teac service offered by this site.  They are comprised of former Teac/Tascom service techs.  The also have many parts on-hand.
http://www.njfactoryservice.com/home.html
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