Bill would open up electronic repairs to consumers | Opinion

SCHENECTADY (TNS) — What do you do if you break the screen on your cell phone but the phone still works, or if your computer starts working intermittently, or when one key or button gets stuck?

If you’re like most of us, you try turning the device on and off hoping it will repair itself. When that doesn’t work, you probably mutter a few obscenities, check your bank balance, and head off to the electronic store to either have the device repaired or to shop for a replacement. Either way, you’re likely to be out some bucks.


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