Repair Center

Repair Center

Play your classic games forever. If you have any old games that won't play anymore or batteries that won't save your game or a system that requires a simpler repair, we can help you.

  • Cartridge Cleaning: $5.99 Per game
  • Battery Replacement: $13.99 Per Game
  • Disc Resurfacing: $7.99 Per Disc
  • N64 Thumb stick Replacement: $24.99
  • GameCube Thumb stick Replacement: $24.99 each
  • Game Boy Color Screen replacement: $34.99
  • Game Boy Advance SP 001 Screen Replacement: $49.99
  • Nintendo DS Bottom Screen Replacement: $49.99

 

How to get your stuff repaired:

Send us an email to: Repairs@dkoldies.com

If we can perform your repair, we will reply to your email within 48 hours, Monday-Friday, with a packing slip that includes all the information needed for us to receive your package. Upon receiving your package, we will then contact you once the inspection and testing process has been completed. If we are unable to perform your repairs, we will reply to your email stating the we are unable to perform the repair at this time.

*All prices listed do not include shipping. Return shipping will be calculated prior to payment.

*Cleaning and resurfacing is not guaranteed to fix your game.

*Prices may change if during the inspection and testing process other issues are found. Customer will be contacted prior to repair service if other issues are found.

*We will only perform repair services on original, stock products. We do not perform repairs on modified systems, nor do we modify systems. Any counterfeit products will be refused and shipped back to you at your expense.

Testimonial:

"I had about thirty games that would not work because they needed cleaning. They were cleaned and now work perfectly. Saved me a ton of money instead of buying new ones." - Brian K. from Maryland

"The repairs look incredible. Worth every penny and I'm so glad I discovered your company. Will definitely be keeping you in mind for Christmas purchases. - Luca V. from Florida

  

Want to learn how to clean retro cartridges on your own?

https://www.dkoldies.com/blog/basic-cleaning-tips-for-cartridge-games/