Jim’s TV and Stereo Service has developed strong relationships with a lifeline in the TV industry, manufacturers, and the Kansas City Community. Our goal is the same, customer satisfaction and quality work. These relationships attained over time give support to each other through customer relations, parts availability and technical support. Our company qualifies for warranty of manufacturers and extended warranties. We offer fast, quality repair service to our Customers. Here are some Frequently Asked Questions:

 

When I call, who will I speak with?

When you call 816-622-8277, you will speak with Jim. He will answer your questions and be the one doing all of your repairs.

 

Are you running any specials?
Not at this time. Please check back soon.

 

Can I Trust Jim?
Jim is highly trained, very knowledgeable technician who travels the entire Kansas City Metro area on a daily basis. Your TV repair is never more than a day or two away from being started. Give us a call. Compare us to other companies that you speak with. The answers should bring you back to Jim’s. It is nice to have a company you can trust.

 

How long have you been in business?
With over 30 years of home consumer electronics and TV repair service to the entire Kansas City Area, Jim has serviced all Hitachi, JVC, LG, Mitsubishi, Panasonic, Philips, RCA, Samsung, Sharp, Sony, Toshiba, & Zenith televisions.

 

Do you know my type of TV and problems?

Jim is familiar with all major brands and has been repairing tvs since the mid 1970’s. He has seen and repaired all types of problems.

 

How much will a repair cost?

Unfortunately he will not have an accurate cost assessment without running diagnostics on your tv set. He will try and be as budget friendly as possible with all of your repairs.

 

Should I try to repair the TV on my own or google / Youtube how to do it?

Through the years, Jim has seen a few of his customers make the problems a lot worse by attempting to fix the electronics themselves. He has even seen some of them get injured. Besides the risks of high voltage shock, there is also the risk of solder runs and shorting out more circuits creating more expense. Jim is very experienced… give him a call and save yourself a large headache.