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Small Device Repair Business Advice?

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I'm interested in repairing small devices such as iPhones, Roombas, and Blackberries as a business. I think the market may exist in my locality (the Washington, DC area.) I have fairly good electronic lab facilities. 

I don't have much experience doing this work, and I can use advice from others who have been there and done that concerning: how much inventory to keep, access to technical manuals, test equipment and tools that I might need, techniques for dealing with customers who are in a rush (especially with cell phones.) 

I hold a day job that I depend on very much and I'm not quite willing to quit that for at least several years yet. I think my eyes are on getting needed experience and slowly building up business for my post-retirement years. 

Advice, suggestions, books I ought to look at are all appreciated.

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Editado por: Kyle Wiens ,

Título:

Small Device Repair Business Advice?

Texto:

I'm interested in repairing small devices such as iPhones, Roombas, and Blackberries as a business. I think the market may exist in my locality (the Washington, DC area.) I have fairly good electronic lab facilities. I

I
don't have much experience doing this work, and I can use advice from others who have been there and done that concerning: how much inventory to keep, access to technical manuals, test equipment and tools that I might need, techniques for dealing with customers who are in a rush (especially with cell phones.) I

I
hold a day job that I depend on very much and I'm not quite willing to quit that for at least several years yet. I think my eyes are on getting needed experience and slowly building up business for my post-retirement years. Advice

Advice
, suggestions, books I ought to look at are all appreciated. Thanks! --Bob
I'm interested in repairing small devices such as iPhones, Roombas, and Blackberries as a business. I think the market may exist in my locality (the Washington, DC area.) I have fairly good electronic lab facilities. I

I
don't have much experience doing this work, and I can use advice from others who have been there and done that concerning: how much inventory to keep, access to technical manuals, test equipment and tools that I might need, techniques for dealing with customers who are in a rush (especially with cell phones.) I

I
hold a day job that I depend on very much and I'm not quite willing to quit that for at least several years yet. I think my eyes are on getting needed experience and slowly building up business for my post-retirement years. Advice

Advice
, suggestions, books I ought to look at are all appreciated. Thanks! --Bob

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Aporte original por: cochranb ,

Título:

Small Device Repair Business Advice?

Texto:

I'm interested in repairing small devices such as iPhones, Roombas, and Blackberries as a business. I think the market may exist in my locality (the Washington, DC area.) I have fairly good electronic lab facilities. I don't have much experience doing this work, and I can use advice from others who have been there and done that concerning: how much inventory to keep, access to technical manuals, test equipment and tools that I might need, techniques for dealing with customers who are in a rush (especially with cell phones.) I hold a day job that I depend on very much and I'm not quite willing to quit that for at least several years yet. I think my eyes are on getting needed experience and slowly building up business for my post-retirement years. Advice, suggestions, books I ought to look at are all appreciated. Thanks! --Bob

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