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Blockbuster Disc Repair - game fixing service £2.00 instore

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Cluffy3216y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
cheaper than gamestation
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Cluffy3216y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
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DontRun#1
This has only been posting cos some nice guy made a post with the samething for £3.00. Who cares if it's cheaper it's nice that he has put it on in the first place!!

Your not getting heat rating.
vinnyruex#2
Its not cheaper than gamestation its cheaper than game. 1.99 a disc at gamestation..

Still voted hot :)
Cluffy321#3
why its cheaper?

its not about some guy being a nice fellow, its about finding a bargain,if some guy has 10 scratched discs, sees the other post and runs off to gamestation to fix them he will be down £30, could have saved £10 thanks to this

you obviously dont understand this site
DontRun#4
You shouldn't vote hot!!

I think your just jumping on the pooor guys band wagon. That guy find it first. I think you should have just posted it on the thread and not made your own.
Banana79#5
DontRun
You shouldn't vote hot!!


Why not? It''s cheaper and that is what this site is all about!:roll:
barky 1 Like #6
the jml disc fixing kit is ten quid and will do about 50 discs so thats even cheaper!
Cluffy321#7
fine expire this thread please then mods, let people spend more because somebody was nice enough to post it, im happy to spend more as long as people are nice
sigma[mod]#8
Moved to MISC in line with the other disk repair post, thanks.
DontRun#9
I'm not saying your not been nice. But the only reason you have had this thread is because somone else hasd posted it and you have found it cheaper.

Most people just write in the first thead and not make a new one.
Banana79#10
Cluffy321
fine expire this thread please then mods, let people spend more because somebody was nice enough to post it, im happy to spend more as long as people are nice


Ignore DontRun, he clearly doesn't have a clue! It's cheap , fact. Besides, some people may not have a Game nearby.
kapowsbanned#11
barky
the jml disc fixing kit is ten quid and will do about 50 discs so thats even cheaper!


PLEASE READ THE ABOVE
PLEASE READ THE ABOVE
PLEASE READ THE ABOVE

all these stores use the same carp as this. why pay them to do the work. buy your own kit and set the young un to sort it out. give them something to do and get your discs fixed.

stop wasting your money.
Cluffy321#12
at the end of the day people will do what they want to do
DontRun#13
I'm a girl!
DudeyGeeza#14
kapows
PLEASE READ THE ABOVE
PLEASE READ THE ABOVE
PLEASE READ THE ABOVE

all these stores use the same carp as this. why pay them to do the work. buy your own kit and set the young un to sort it out. give them something to do and get your discs fixed.

stop wasting your money.


got a link to somewhere that sells these?
bitseylango#15
barky
the jml disc fixing kit is ten quid and will do about 50 discs so thats even cheaper!


Thanks for this, just ordered one to see if it really does work, Free P&P all this weekend too :thumbsup:
bitseylango#16
DudeyGeeza
got a link to somewhere that sells these?


http://www.jmldirect.com/Disc-Clinic-with-Lens-Cleaner-PD1331/

free P&P this weekend :thumbsup:
DudeyGeeza#17
bitseylango


ffs, that's just something that cleans the disc, not repairs/polishes out scratches!

Toothpaste, brasso, t-cut all work fine if you do it in straight lines from the center out to the edge, then move to the next bit, will look like a cartwheel but works as long as you dont go round in circles..
bitseylango#18
DudeyGeeza
ffs, that's just something that cleans the disc, not repairs scratches!


will help keep my kids discs clean though :thumbsup:
DontRun#19
bitseylango#20
DudeyGeeza
ffs, that's just something that cleans the disc, not repairs/polishes out scratches!

Toothpaste, brasso, t-cut all work fine if you do it in straight lines from the center out to the edge, then move to the next bit, will look like a cartwheel but works as long as you dont go round in circles..


thanks, will try that on the damaged disc I have, nothing to lose really as it wont play properly at all, the jml one will come in handy for all the mucky pawprints they manage to cover the discs in!

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