Do you have any scratched CDs?
or Dreamcast games?
Let The Music Recyclery make them as good as
new with our repair service offered successfully in our stores for the last year,
were bringing it to the internet for all of you who cant just drop in.
We use a powerful resurfacing machine to eliminate almost all scratches to CD media,
making them as good as new. Repairing that disc that skips is less expensive than
replacing it and sometimes replacing it isnt even an option if the disc is out of
print or hard to find!
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We charge $3.00 to repair a normal music
CD, $5.00 for a DVD or Playstation/Dreamcast game, and $10.00 for a double-sided DVD.
Not all discs can be repaired! If the disc is scratched so you can see through the
disc, we will not be able to fix it. Sometimes the problem is in the disc itself.
You will only be charged repair costs for the discs we are able to fix. If you want
us to ship the unrepaired disc back to you, we can -- be sure to check the box on the form
that tells us this. You will be charged shipping and handling on all discs sent back
to you, repaired or otherwise.
Heres the way it works - get
together the items you want repaired. Click over to our Repair
Form and fill it out completely. Hit submit and you will get a version of the
form you can print out. Read the disclaimer at the bottom, sign it, and enclose the
form with the discs you send us. This is important! If we receive discs
without a signed form, we will be unable to repair them until we get one from you.
After printing out the form, follow the link to arrange payment.
Repairs generally take 7-10 days.
After they are done, you will receive an email detailing the status of your discs and the
total charged to you which may be different than the initial quote if some discs were
unrepairable. If you plan on paying with a check or money order, it is a good idea
to wait for this email to confirm the amount before sending payment.
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