Mobile TV Repair in Albuquerque and surrounding areas.
TV Repair Albuquerque
Television Repair in New Mexico for almost two decades!
Master Television Service in Albuquerque since 2004.
We also service Rio Rancho, Los Lunas, Belen, and surrounding areas.
Mon - Fri 9:00 AM until 5:00 PM
Appointments after hours are available!
TV Repair in Albuquerque.
Locally owned and operated.
LED TV Repair, LCD, DLP, HDTV, Flat Screen, Curved, Plasma, Big Screen, Wide Screen and Projection TV Repair.
We have been providing Albuquerque with prompt, professional TV Repair since 2004. A better TV Repair experience and a lower price in New Mexico. Master Television Service is Albuquerque's mobile TV repair specialists and we have an A+ Rating with the Better Business Bureau.
We understand that the price of a new television has fallen dramatically over the past few years, so we are making television repair more affordable. With less overhead than a traditional brick and mortar TV repair shop we can charge less for TV repair in New Mexico, and with over 25 years of experience we can repair most televisions in-home. Contact Master Television Service and find out if your television is worth repairing.
With the sophisticated test equipment, information and networking available to Master Television Service there is no need for pickup and delivery because we can repair most television in your home. We offer free expert advice, great low rates and a 180-day warranty. We have repaired over 16,000 televisions in New Mexico since 2004 and we are locally owned and operated.
Call Albuquerque's Master Television Service and speak with an honest factory trained TV repair technician. Mobile TV repair can often be your best option, but we will tell you if we think it's time for you to buy a new television. We maintain a database of over 250,000 successful repairs and we specialize in LED TV Repair, LCD, DLP, HDTV, flat screen, curved, plasma, big screen, wide screen and projection TV repair in your home.
We offer expert Samsung TV Repair, LG, Vizio, Sony, Mitsubishi, TCL, Panasonic, RCA, Sharp, Hisense, Hitachi and more. Brand new televisions assembled in the United States use cheap foreign parts and modules imported from overseas, and many of the high-quality televisions that were made in Japan are going away too. It's tough for them to compete with all of the televisions being pumped out of China, Korea, Vietnam and other places around the world.
Since televisions are no longer made in America and television manufacturers are buying and selling popular TV brand names, someone buying a new TV may not know what they are buying or where it came from. Choosing your favorite TV brand could soon be a thing of the past because you might be surprised to find out who made your television.
Manufacturers want you to believe it's better to buy an imported television than have your favorite TV repaired. This puts more money in their pocket, but TV repair in Albuquerque can be far less expensive than buying a new television. This keeps more money in your pocket, and it's a great way to support our community by keeping more money in the local economy.
Foreign manufacturers urge you to throw away your television and dump it in the local landfill even though it is full of toxic materials. There is a mandatory toxic substance fee added on top of the price of a new television, so you are paying more money for a new TV to help cover the costs involved in throwing it away. If you want a quick and easy way to help the environment, then have your TV repaired in your home by a Master Television Service technician.
Sonya C. A HUGE Thank-you to David of Master Television Service for the repair of our big screen television today! Very professional and quick service! He even re-hooked up the Antenna without having to go through the converter box which gave us a much better picture than we have ever had! My television screen has never looked so awesome!
Nancy D. I just want to quickly let someone know at Master TV what a great job David did for us when our TV needed repair. He was very professional, friendly and eager to please. He took time to explain things to my very inquisitive son, and I will be recommending Master TV to everyone I know because of the great service I received from David.
Margaret L. I was very pleased with the great service from David. I appreciated him meeting me at out of town locations since I live quite far. The tv is great now! Thank you David!
Corinne A. My television screen began flashing. I researched the problem on the Internet which said it was probably the backlight. I was dreading having to buy a new TV. I called David. He was very responsive; provided an estimate over the phone and made an appointment to pick up the TV. He always kept in communication with me. It was indeed the backlight. His final price was quite reasonable and it only took 2 days before it was returned.
Gail Thanks again for your help, David. So nice to have someone that we trust to help us. You really went over and beyond and that was so appreciated. Have a great weekend!
Tammy We hooked up the TV as you suggested and it works perfectly. We so appreciate your time and talent on helping us fix this issue. I see how you earned your A+ rating. If I am ever in need, you will definitely be the one I call. Thank you again.
Jack David, Thanks again for the great service - I don't see it that often lately.
Cheryl G. Our Samsung LCD TV picture turned very interesting colors of orange, green and purple. I dreaded the thought of having to buy a new tv. I read the reviews and decided to call in for estimate hoping it would be cheaper than replacing. I was quoted a price and was pleased. David came out and patiently dismantled the crazy workings of the tv to get to the part. He did have to send this part out of state for repair but confirmed my approval first and quoted the small extra charge to cover the Fedex shipping. Part came back within week and David was right there to install and confirm all working well. I would highly recommend David. He was great to work with, friendly and professional. And bonus for having service done at home!!
Kim E. Thank you David for repairing our flat screen..we thought it was going to have to be thrown away...we think lightening fried it and it was only over a year old...so thanks again..so happy we found your ad in Albuquerque!!!!
Rick W. I just wanted to let you know that my amplifier has been performing perfectly since you repaired it last month. I've been using it 2-4 hours a day for three weeks now, and I swear it sounds better than ever. You're a magician! Have a pleasant and productive New Year! Many thanks.
Larry A. Thank you for your trust and honesty.
Matt S. My favorite console TV, an 18 year old Mitsubishi CRT model, gave up the ghost. I had decided to scrap it and move up to flat panel TVs, but I liked the picture quality and especially the audio quality of this set. I contacted Master Television services, and got a prompt on site appointment. I was able to answer Dave's questions by e-mail so he was able to hit the ground running. He showed up on time. Identified the problem right away, and had an estimate for repair that was reasonable. After a few days, awaiting parts to arrive, Dave set up a return visit, and voila I had my TV back. Dave's work was excellent. The price was right. He showed up on time, and was very pleasant to work with.
Wayne David, thanks for your honesty and looking out for the customer!! I will always come to you for my future TV repair needs and recommend you to others. Thanks!
Mark TV working good five hours and still going. Hey Dave, I didn't get a chance to find out what the shipping cost was from Houston. I would really like to take care of that especially after the great deal you gave me. I will be telling my friends.
Denise Thank you so much for your time and honesty! I guess it's time for a new one! Have a great day. Thanks.
Richard Thanks Dave for your honesty. Sounds like time to get a new set. I will recommend you to others because of your honesty. Again, thank you.
"Every three weeks a child dies" from a tipped-over TV, says Kate Carr of Safe Kids Worldwide. Falling TV sets have killed more than 200 children since 2000, but parents remain largely unaware of the danger, say reports out today.
An update from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission shows 29 people, mostly children, were killed by falling TVs in the USA in 2011 alone, making it one of the worst years on record for such tragedies. And 18,000 people a year, mostly children, are treated for injuries from falling TVs, the commission says.
It's happening despite the widespread switch to lighter flat-screen TVs. In fact, safety experts say the switch may be making the problem worse as consumers take old, heavy sets out of their family rooms and put them atop unstable bedroom dressers and playroom shelves.
"Children will climb up on furniture to try to turn the TV on and there goes the heavy television as well as the piece of furniture," says Inez Tenenbaum, chairman of the commission. The TVs alone, weighing 50 to 100 pounds, can crush a child, she says.
"These TVs are on shelves never designed to hold them," says John Drengenberg, director of consumer affairs at Underwriters Laboratories, which sets safety standards for TVs and other products.
But flat screen TVs are falling on kids, too, and a new survey shows few parents are installing those in the safest way.
"Every three weeks a child dies" from a tipped-over TV, says Kate Carr, president of Safe Kids Worldwide, a nonprofit advocacy group that surveyed 1,000 parents in September with funding from a company that makes TV mounts. "But this is entirely preventable."
The group found just 27% of parents had seen media reports about the danger. That's despite the fact that a cluster of TV tip-over deaths among children in the Chicago area made national news earlier this year.
Few parents said they had taken steps to prevent the injuries: Just 3% had secured traditional cathode ray tube TVs to walls or furniture; just 5% had secured flat-screen sets to furniture and just 28% had attached them to walls, which Carr says is the safest choice.
One telling finding: 43% of cathode-ray tube TVs were on top of dressers.
That's where Heather Poole, 26, of Surprise, Ariz., had a bedroom TV for her son, Brayden Lee Rodgers. Brayden, age 3, died last Dec. 31 after the TV and dresser fell on him, Poole says. He had been watching a movie before bed. "The only thing we can think is that he climbed up on the dresser to restart the movie," she says.
Poole has started a non-profit to warn other parents and help them safely install and secure their TVs. She says she and Brayden's father did not know that was necessary: "We had the plugs on the electrical outlets, we had the cabinet locks," she says, but had never heard of a TV killing a child.
"A lot of people are purchasing TVs in December or January for the holidays or for the Super Bowl," Carr says, so she hopes more will hear the facts now.
Tenenbaum says TVs should be secured but "if anchoring is not an option, place the TV on a low, sturdy base and remove any items from the top of the TV," such as remotes and toys, that might attract children.
The commission report says an additional 12 people, mostly children, were killed by falling furniture and appliances other than TVs in 2011 and that a total of 349 deaths from TVs, furniture and appliances have been reported since 2000. Falling TVs, furniture and appliances injure more than 43,000 people a year, the report says.
Kim Painter, Special, December 13, 2012 for USA TODAY.