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I'm looking for some advice and/or recommendations for places where I can get my PS3 repaired. Several months ago the disc reader on it died. Nothing else is wrong with the system, still functions just fine, go online, play PSN games, just not read any sort of disc.
I took it to a local gamestore that repairs consoles and handhelds and they had my system for almost a month but couldn't fix it because 'they couldn't get the necessary parts.'
Does anyone know of any other way to get it fixed? It's second hand so there's no warranty. And I desperately want to keep this particular console as it is one of the backwards compatible ones.
In my own searching I have found this service
. So my second question is whether anybody has ever heard of them before and whether they are a trustworthy place to send my console too?