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Repair Reviews

Commodore 1084S-D1 monitor switch repair

Rated 5.0 out of 5
30 August 2021

Coincidentally, TSB had a switch so that my Commodore 1084S-D1 monitor could be repaired.

Thank you so much!


Recap 2xA1200, A600, CD32, A4000

Rated 5.0 out of 5
10 May 2021

Due to a lack of time on my side i asked TSB to recap a couple of systems for me.

The recaps were done extremely professionaly, all the issue’s due to leakage and other issues were dealt with as they should be, the boards look amazing again.

11 out of 10

Pleasure doing business with you!


Amazing Job done

Rated 5.0 out of 5
25 March 2021

After 20+ years I dusted off my A1200. I have heard about recapping the old Amiga’s.

So after some investigation I came across TSB. What can I say, the man totally understands his profession.

He did an excellent job.

I am still using old harddisk and he kickstarted me and my machine into the 21st century

by providing me with some good info and IDE/CF adapter.

For all your hardware related Amiga repairs, TSB is your man.


World class service

Rated 5.0 out of 5
16 March 2021

TSB is a great guy who cares for old stuff like my A4000. He repaired it fast and made it work like new. I can’t thank him enough for his work


Scrambled Video out from RGB connector and SD/FF Picasso IV on A4000

Rated 5.0 out of 5
21 February 2021

An already recapped A4000 mobo by TSB gave issues after dismanteling the setup as part of an investigation into an accelerator failure.

After the accelerator had been fixed other issues popped up, like the scrambled video out. TSB did an excellent job by systematically going over the possible issues, however, the issue could not be repeated at his place. Only after using the ATX PSU that I had installed at my place (capable of 26A on 5V), the issue came back!

Switched the PSU several times back to the excellent PSU of TSB, and it became apparent that over and over, the ATX PSU was the source of the problem.

Excellent find of TSB! Who would have thought about that!


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