Sony Service Center Iloilo City

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I have a Sony DSLR which I bought in the US.  Because I used it to take many of the photos of building our house, dust managed to work its way inside the camera.  Foolishly, I thought I could clean it myself.  In the end I felt very happy that I was able to get the camera back together but it was dirtier and smudged with my finger prints.  Also I managed to scratch the internal focusing screen.  Thinking that I had ruined my camera, I decided to take it to the local Sony repair station.  It was long out of warranty.

The Sony Repair Center in Iloilo City

The Sony Service Center is just off Diversion Road, immediately across from Nes and Tats Restaurant.  Phone (033) 321-1104.  I was not sure they would even be able to repair a DSLR but I was happy to learn that they would ship it to Manila for repair.  A couple of weeks later my camera arrived back in Iloilo.  It was like new!  The repair fee which included cleaning and replacement of the focusing screen was less than P1,300 plus P900 for shipping.  The whole experience was a good one and Sony gets a big gold star from me for having such efficient and affordable service, even in the provinces.

Sony's Iloilo Service Center (that's my camera on the counter)

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  1. I have sony experia e4 but the screen was broken… How much would it take for me to repair it?

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    • Sorry, we are just bloggers. You will have to contact the nearest Sony service center and ask them. Good luck.

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  2. Bob and Carol,

    I have a Dell XPS desktop that I intend to bring with me to Iloilo. Since, we have 220v power out there, would my desktop be ok? What about my small appliances with 110v? Thanks for your input.

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    • Uly,

      Chances are excellent that the Dell will have a power supply that automatically switches or can be manually switched. Just check on the back of both the computer and the monitor. Hopefully it will say something like 110-240VAC 50-60 cycle. Some small 110v appliances are worth bringing. We use a 110v blender, food processor, mixer, hair clipper and so forth. Other high wattage, frequently used items like toasters and microwaves I would replace. We actually have had pretty good luck with local small appliance brands.

      Bob

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