Game Ambulance Invests In State Of The Art Equipment That Brings Back Old Gaming Systems Back To Life

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Game Ambulance is bringing Fun back to Greater Clevelanders homes! The company has just announced that it has recently acquired new equipment that will allow the company to precisely reflow gaming systems (including the Xbox 360) adding months if not years to old gaming systems that were previously headed to landfills.

Game Ambulance, sister company of the wildly successful Phone Ambulance (http://www.phoneambulance.com), is bringing Fun back to Greater Cleveland homes! The company has just announced it has added state of the art Rework Station (featuring the Aoyue 883) to it’s already impressive arsenal of technicians, and proven repair techniques, adding months if not years to old gaming systems that were previously headed to landfills.

Tom Jenkins, of Game Ambulance, said that “Most Xbox and PlayStation consoles fail due to poor connections under the CPU and Graphics Chip caused by overheating. The company’s new state of the art repair station is truly phenomenal because it allows us to repair the bad connections without removing any components from the main board. The company’s tried and tested repair greatly increases the life expectancy of gaming systems.”

Now, instead of sending a gaming system back to the manufacturer and waiting six to eight weeks, gaming enthusiasts can take their broken systems to Game Ambulance (in Mayfield Heights, Ohio) and have their unit repaired quickly!

More information regarding Game Ambulance services is available at http://www.gameambulance.com/
or by calling 440-584-0107.

Tom Jenkins
5969 Mayfield Road
Mayfield Heights, OH 44124
440-584-0107

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