Mobile TV Repair in Albuquerque and surrounding areas.
TV Repair Bosque Farms
Television Repair in New Mexico for over a decade.
Master Television Service in New Mexico since 2004.
We service Albuquerque, 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 Bosque Farms.
Locally owned and operated.
LCD TV Repair, Flat Screen, Flat Panel, Plasma, LED, DLP, HDTV, Big Screen, Wide Screen, Projection, and traditional TV Repair.
There's no need for pickup and delivery for expert television repair in Bosque Farms because we repair most televisions in your home. We have repaired over 12,000 televisions in New Mexico and we have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. Call Albuquerque's Master Television Service mobile TV repair and check out our low service rates and 180 day warranty. We specialize in LCD TV repair, flat screen, flat panel, plasma, LED, DLP, bigscreen, widescreen, rear projection, and traditional TV repair in your home.
We are part of a nationwide network of TV repair shops and skilled factory trained technicians involved in finding component level TV repairs. We maintain a database of over 248,000 TV repairs and we have access to specialized technical websites where information is privately shared among qualified service centers, often this allows us to give you a free estimate right over the phone.
Sony TV Repair, Mitsubishi, Samsung, LG, Vizio, Hitachi, Toshiba, Panasonic, JVC, Sanyo, Pioneer, Insignia, Polaroid, Philips, Magnavox
Don't give up so fast on your broken TV, call us with the model number found in the owners manual or on the back of your television. Mobile TV repair can often be your best option, but we will tell you if we think it's time to replace your television.
Before you talk to a salesman and decide to buy a new TV, call Master Television Service and speak with an honest factory trained TV repair technician with over 20 years of experience. We have been repairing televisions in Bosque Farms, New Mexico since 2004.