Technics 1210 service & Repair costs
Keeping your Technics 1210 in perfect order ready for a vinyl battle, or even playing at home. We carry out a full head to toe clean, service and check of these legendary decks to make sure they’re always working their best.
The below are our guide prices for standard workshop repairs and servicing for DJ Decks. As deck varies with fault the prices are to be used as a reference guide only and no guarantee of availability of parts. We don’t undervalue our service as we believe to be far superior than other repairers, our attention to detail and going the extra mile are standard. We handle many hundreds of Technics decks a year, posted, taxi’d or brought in and always give the best experience.
Technics 1210 ServiceFull strip down, clean and check
- Full strip down and clean internally
- Checking all internal components
- Checking bearings & Moving parts
- Calibration of Pitch controls
- Correct set-up of Brake
- Cleaning S arm Contacts
- Obsere any non working components & Report back
- Plus many more checks
Pair Deck serviceWhy just get one done when you run them as a pair!
- Everything as per single deck, but twice!
Additional Technics 1210 service options
All below prices are charged in addition to the servicing costs above and are charged per deck. For example if you wanted replacement VAN DAMME cables for one deck the cost would be £45 plus the service at the above rates.
- Freeing up height adjustable turret £25
The arm height adjuster gets stuck over time. We strip down the assembly fully and regrease with a PTFE lubricant
- Replacement Phono connectors and cable - VAN DAMME £45
We use VDC gold phono connectors, and 1.2m Van Damme Cable for interconnects with a super flexible crimped earth terminal. All parts are stress relieved with rubber sleeving and protected.
- Replacement Phono connectors and cable BUDGET £30
We use quality metal RS components Phono connectors, and 1.2m RS grey Cable for interconnects with a flexible crimped earth terminal. Despite calling them budget they're still hand made and far better than moulded premade cables.
- Replacement Mains Cable £15
We use a UK specification 13A mains cable typically fitted with 1.6m of cable.
- De-Click Pitch Fader £15
We strip apart your existing fader and remove the click element, providing a smooth transition from plus to minus.
- Portable Appliance Test (PAT) £5
Portable appliance testing for amps cables and all electrical equipment. Remember if the lead is detachable then there are 2 items tested. Priced per test. Green pass sticker applied to each appliance and a PDF certificate emailed.
- Pop Up lamp £18
Price for a replacement single lamp with a like for like.
- Pitch Knob Felt £4
The small piece of felt below the pitch knob to prevent scratching and make sure the movement is smooth.
- Replacement Pitch control £36
High quality aftermarket design to original specifications.
- Pitch slide shading cloth £8
If replacing the pitch slider potentiometer we will replace the shading cloth too
Custom LED colours on Technics 1210
We can change the colours of all the LED’s on your Technics 1210 including the pop up light. The strobe lights, pitch and speed adjustment. Within reason any colour can be chosen. Alternatively if you have a pimped out deck and want it restoring to factory stock colours we have good stock of all original colours.
Fast Track Repairs & Conditions
We’re typically able to turnaround a Technics 1210 service locally in Harlow Essex for London, and Hertfordshire in roughly 1-2 weeks depending on the number of repairs currently in.
We can fast track servicing and repairs up to a 6 working day turnaround, the additional cost is + 30% of the bench fee.
We have limits that we will repair upto without further authorisation from you and can be found in our terms and conditions however we do always try to remain economical. If we think it’s going to be unrealistic then we will let you know before you get an incredibly unrealistic bill.
Minimum charged costs and will apply once equipment is brought to the workshop and booked into the system as “received at workshop”. This simply means that this charge applies if we look at the equipment and either it is totally wrecked and or beyond economical repair, it also applies if we are unable to find a fault as it is out time spent investigating and proving by measurements and testing to electronic specifications. In most instances for straight forward repairs the hour is the most you’ll pay but this entirely depends on the fault and equipment.
Our full terms and conditions can be found at the footer of this website.