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Where to get a Vega fixed?

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Kids, you gotta love 'em - not!

Vega was on charge and got knocked off a low table, landed on the charging lead and seemed to have bent the plug. It had only just gone on charge as it had shut down due to totally flat battery, thanks kids.

After leaving it for a few hours it would not boot, nothing but a slight glow of the light. I examined it and figured the charging lead may have been broken so I ordered a new charger. Vega won't charge and therefore won't turn on :-(

There's no obvious damage to it, glass, case and power socket are all OK, I opened it up to check for anything obviously broken, all looks OK as far as any visual inspection can tell.

So, I wonder if anyone knows if there's somewhere I can get it fixed in the UK?


Edited by jason66

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