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Computer hardware repairs

Laptop & Computer Hardware Repairs

Citrus Computers can replace nearly any damaged or dead computer part without having to send away your computer for weeks at a time. All of the computer hardware repairs, laptop screen replacements and dc socket laptop power jack repairs are done locally in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire by Citrus Computers own repair technicians.

We offer a variety of hardware repairs…

Laptop screen replacement
Laptop power/DC Jack repair
Laptop Keyboard replacement
Hard drive installation and upgrades
Power supply (PSU) replacements
Fan installation
RAM installation and upgrade
DVD / CD-ROM drive replacements
Ask for others!

All repairs are done here locally here in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire by Citrus Computers own repair technicians. Most repairs are completed within hours or days, if parts have to be ordered completion is usually just a day or so after the part is ordered.

To book an appointment, please callin, phone us or fill out the online enquiry form:

Citrus Interactive Ltd
Trafalgar House
673 Leeds Road
Huddersfield
West Yorkshire. HD2 1YY
T: 01484518222 Office hours / 01484818155 (24 Hour Voicemail)
F: 01484599399

Netgear Router Power Supply Problems

For a couple of years now, we have been having a regular flow of Netgear DG834 Router problems, at one point this router was probably the most widely used ADSL home router in the250px-Netgear_dg834gv4_front UK sometimes also supplied by Sky and AOL to name but a few  to their subscribers but most often bought outright for a wires only connection by end users.

Typical problems would be loss of connection / ADSL Sync. constantly trying to reconnect after seconds or minutes.
Unable to connect wireless clients even though SSID was being detected and password correct.
Poor wireless signal / range.
Router constantly rebooting and lights going off then coming straight back on.
Lights on router flickering in unusual patterns or seemed dim.

In 95% of cases we were finding a common factor, when we tested the DC voltage output at the connector jack plug it was showing out of range either having higher or lower than the stated voltage. Most Netgear router adapters are stated to be 12V 1amp. We were finding the faulty adaptors were either less than 10 Volts (sometimes 6 – 8 Volts) or over 16Volts (Often 17 – 18 Volts).

In virtually ALL cases, replacing the PSU with a new 12 Volt 1.5 AMP unit the problem was fixed instantly. Please note that we say 1.5 amp as this provides the unit with adequate power without causing overheating of the PSU and resulting in longer life of the power supply unit.

It is worth mentioning that repeated calls to Netgear support resulted in complete denial of any knowledge of such a problem which is totally unbelievable given the number of times we have encountered this  issue.

WARNING! Only use the correct adaptor with these Netgear Routers  (Or Any Electrical Device for that matter) as we had one customer MELT a Netgear DG834 by trying to use a 30 Volt PSU from a BT Telephone, luckily it still did not connect to the internet and he called us in to find out why and we found the router in a very hot condition and managed to replace it before the building burnt down.

We now stock replacement Netgear Router Power supply PSU’s in our Huddersfield shop on Leeds Road. Please note that new 12V PSU’s will actually read as approximately 14 Volts and this is quite normal.

If you have a faulty Netgear DG834 Router it is worth checking the PSU as it is quite likely  the router will be fine.