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On 30/07/2017 at 3:46 PM, kerravon said:

That depends on whats wrong with it but usually its parts and labour, but once I Know whats wrong with it, you would be contacted
with price and parts list in case you wish to purchase parts then it would just be labour about 5/10 GBP

So how would one contact you outside this forum, and you would have to supply your address to send it to.

It has been suggested that you could have it fixed 'under warranty' but they (hak5) dont seem to bothered about this and are carefree in their manner with upgrades etc.

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22 minutes ago, Miko said:

So how would one contact you outside this forum, and you would have to supply your address to send it to.

It has been suggested that you could have it fixed 'under warranty' but they (hak5) dont seem to bothered about this and are carefree in their manner with upgrades etc.

What's wrong with your nano?  Other than the heat thing, which isn't an issue.

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31 minutes ago, Miko said:

So how would one contact you outside this forum, and you would have to supply your address to send it to.

It has been suggested that you could have it fixed 'under warranty' but they (hak5) dont seem to bothered about this and are carefree in their manner with upgrades etc.

If there is genuinely something wrong, it can be replaced under warranty. You need to contact the hakshop to do so. Yes there is a delay, but people seem to forget that they are a small team. 

Otherwise, if you wish to take another route, that is your choice, but if something goes wrong then you are completely out of luck.

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On 31/07/2017 at 7:23 PM, Miko said:

So how would one contact you outside this forum, and you would have to supply your address to send it to.

It has been suggested that you could have it fixed 'under warranty' but they (hak5) dont seem to bothered about this and are carefree in their manner with upgrades etc.

if it is under warranty it is your statutory right to have it repaired, under the goods and services act it is not fit for purpose.
I can possibly repair it but this would void any warranty.

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