All repair/modification work is carried out subject to our terms and conditions. Arcade hardware repairs are subject to the additional terms and conditions explained at the bottom of this page. Once you have placed your order, details of where to ship your hardware will be sent to your e-mail address. Prices do NOT include return postage. To estimate return postage we recommend Parcel2Go.
Arcade board repair service – Only £30.00 (Plus return postage) – Available now!
Before ordering this service please contact us to discuss your hardware and the nature of the fault it has.
Have your arcade PCBs professionally repaired and serviced by a technician with over ten years experience with arcade hardware. Bring your classic coin-op titles back to life, because there’s nothing like the authentic arcade PCB! The above price covers basic inspection/fault finding only. Most PCB repairs will require additional fees for a full repair, for parts or for further fault finding, with the average cost of a complete repair being around £70 plus return postage. Due to the age and fragile nature of arcade PCBs, please note that a successful repair cannot be guaranteed. The £30 is to be considered an inspection fee and is non-refundable even if a repair cannot be undertaken with your hardware.
The service above is for arcade/PCB harware only, including JAMMA Supergun type hardware. We do not service monitors or power supply units. We are also unable to service vector-based arcade games or any boards older than Space Invaders (1978).
Arcade board repair service – Custom orders or pay for parts/shipping – Available now!
Use the button above to check out if you need to pay for a custom PCB repair order, pay for parts or additional inspection fees, or to pay for postage at the end of the job. Simply click the “Add to cart” button to redirect to our secure payment provider then enter the amount agreed to finish your order.
Additional terms and conditions
Please be aware of the additional terms and conditions for arcade PCB repair. Due to the fragile and temperamental nature of many arcade PCBs, these additional terms are unfortunately necessary.
Inspection fee – Unlike console repairs, where we may waive the inspection fee if a fault is very easy to diagnose, arcade PCB repairs always require you to pay a non-refundable inspection fee, even if we determine the fault cannot be repaired.
Additional fees – Most repairs will require you to pay additional fees that we will discuss with you after receiving the PCB and performing the initial inspection. There may be instances where additional fees are required and we still cannot guarantee a successful repair. We will of course explain this to you before continuing with the repair attempt, allowing you to decide if you want to take the risk.
Warranty – Although we still guarantee our PCB repair work for 3 months, as per console repairs, please realise that PCBs can develop other, unrelated faults after a successful repair. Due to the age of PCBs and their unknown history (voltages that they have been run at, temperatures, general environmental conditions, etc) there is nothing we can do about this. If your arcade hardware fails within warranty, you must purchase another repair/inspection service and ship the board to us. If we find the fault is due to our work, we will fix it free of charge and refund you the additional £30 inspection fee. Otherwise, we will treat it as a new repair and proceed accordingly with the same charges as listed above.
To pay for parts, return postage, custom repair quotations or other fees, use the page here.