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    Exclamation My inversor just died

    And there my old inversor died.! Just bought 4 new batteries, and had it repaired. (!)

    It seems i have to purchase a new one tomorrow. Someone who lives down here that can recommend me a seller of quality inversors.? I am only interested in North coast adresses and phonenumbers.

    No, no,no i am not going to repair it, such actions only drain my money to a local retard with (maybe) a roll of teipi and a screwdriver in his left pocket.



    Gracias.

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    Try la Sirena in POP. They do have inversor up to 3.5K

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    Alexis Inversores in Gaspar Hernandez across from the Tech College. He is an honest great guy who i just bought one of off and he didn't want to take the money till everything was working just right. ( We had electrical work to be done to the house)

    Call Alexi himself his cell is 809-785-2591 if you have questions!

    He also drove with us to PriceSmart to make sure we got our money back for our not working Washing Machine, he had no investment in it, just didn't want to see us new peeps getting screwed over.

    We have known him since we got here 5 months ago, since he also dealt with our garage opener machine thingy and has fixed our other Inversor.

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    Megatone

    <dl id="yui_3_4_1_1_1372022940059_1150" class="details"><dt>Work Phone:</dt><dd id="yui_3_4_1_1_1372022940059_1149" class="icn yellow ymsg-mobile">809-261-5556</dd><dt>Work address:</dt><dd class="icn address">27 Febrero Esqina Juan Lafy , Puerto Plata
    </dd><dt>Notes:</dt><dd>Same inverters as Inverluz in Moca, Repairs and sell Inverters in Puerto Plata.


    They can almost certainly find the real problem with your inverter
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    If you have an issue, it may be a small one, and much cheaper to repair than to replace. The two most expensive things in an inverter are: the mainbaord, and the transformator core. A third (not so expensive) but important part is the potency board. Almost anything in the inverter can be repaired. Even some parts of the mainboard can be repaired. For example, my inverter did not come on one time. A friend of mine who knows this stuff, came over, and in 5 minutes it was resolved. It was a stuck relay switch, which costs about 150 pesos. He unstuck it and suggested I buy a new relay and he would come and install it. he even cut the frontplate with the relay part number so I could go get one. If you deal with people who know the stuff, it's much cheaper to repair than to replace. Most inverter seller stores will also do repairs.

    The most likely thing that went wrong was either the potency card's chips got burnt and need to be replaced, or the main card went wrong (maybe can be replaced maybe not). Juan Reyes in Santo Domingo manufactures very advanced inverter cards with UPS capabilities for about 2000 pesos.

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    4 batteries... a 2.5 would be enought.
    Check at Ochoa Or bellon the Pure Sine wave by Fondeur (Elit Model) They are black.
    That's the top quality on the DR market.
    Pure Sine wave protect all your valuale equipment.

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    I would never repair an Inversor again in the DR. I have done this several times and at the end he was never working like a new one. If you confront the Maestro with that you get always the same answer. Here the equimpment was working perfect. It must be your fault!
    If I have that situation again I will sell the default one and buy a new one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D.Rep View Post
    I would never repair an Inversor again in the DR. I have done this several times and at the end he was never working like a new one. If you confront the Maestro with that you get always the same answer. Here the equimpment was working perfect. It must be your fault!
    If I have that situation again I will sell the default one and buy a new one.
    Your problem is not in getting the inverter repaired, but with who you are using to do the repairs. Inverters can easily be repaired properly and for far less expense than getting a new one. Inverluz in Moca is very good at repairing inverters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by windeguy View Post
    Your problem is not in getting the inverter repaired, but with who you are using to do the repairs. Inverters can easily be repaired properly and for far less expense than getting a new one. Inverluz in Moca is very good at repairing inverters.
    the things are electronic..they have no moving parts to wear out. anything that goes bad can be replaced. if some nitwit repairs it, you will have problems, but any reputable tradesman can fix the thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the gorgon View Post
    ...any reputable tradesman ...
    That is exactly the problem to get to that one in place. I used professional expensive one's and less expensive ones, but always they fix it and after some weeks the problem is back or more problems are back.
    The most expensive one I used was so professional that he changed the way of charging and then the batteries where damaged as well.
    That is like lottery. And I will not play that game again....and for sure it depends as well on the type of Inversor you are using.

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