What We Do
MicroReplay is now offering fast, professional, mail-in component-level repair services. Our technical staff has been using and repairing Apple computers since the Apple II came out in 1978. Over the past 29 years we literally grew up using, programming and repairing Apple computers.
Repair Program At-A-Glance
Repairing parts to the component level can be a time consuming and expensive task. Considering the investment you must make in personnel and equipment, you might conclude that it is not worth the trouble and just decide to buy expensive replacement parts instead.
But what if you could get those same precision repairs done without the component level hassle?
Our Our Repair Program makes it possible for you to repair expensive Apple computer boards without going to the component level! All you have to do is send us your qualifying defective part, we will repair and test it for you!
You and your customers now have access to precision repairs without all the trouble of doing it yourself.
Our People and Technology
We have made an extensive investment in professional office space, highly-skilled technical personnel and the latest surface mount and ball grid array circuit board rework equipment, which allows us to offer this special repair program to you. We are able to diagnose and repair, to the component level, whichever device or devices have failed on today's complicated logic boards.
Because of this service, you no longer have to pay for an expensive replacement part when you have a serviceable defective core to return! You can save 30% or more over the outright purchase price by using our Repair Program.
Under our Repair Program, as soon as we receive your part, we repair it, test it and send it back to you. We then warranty the entire board, not just he repair that we did. If something else on the board fails later, it is covered.
We have rolled out logic board repair for most of the popular Apple boards. Click here to go the machine list (opens new window).
You can also enter an Apple part number in the search box on the right side of this page. The part number should start with "661-" and end in 4 digits, for example "661-3232".
In order to maintain our high standards, only genuine Apple parts will qualify for the Repair Program. If for some reason we cannot repair your part, we will return it to you at no charge. Parts damaged by liquid spills may incur additional charges. We will advise you if this is the case before doing any work.