Our big screen TV suddenly did not work. It was plugged in, but did not respond at all. I found Frank on Kudzu with lovely reviews, and called him, expecting to book a home visit for repair. Frank... suggested I unplug and replug the TV, and presto, it worked! He could have easily sold me an expensive diagnostic visit, such a lovely man!VIEW MORE »VIEW LESS »
I found Frank here on Kudzu and he came out to fix our rear projection Mitsubishi. I was blown away by his honesty, ability, attention to detail, kindness, and his reasonable price. He stayed for... about 2 1/2 hours (until 10:30 PM!) to make sure everything was set up and working correctly. I couldn't recommend a business any more strongly. Thanks Frank!VIEW MORE »VIEW LESS »
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Our big screen TV suddenly did not work. It was plugged in, but did not respond at all. I found Frank on Kudzu with lovely reviews, and called him, expecting to book a home visit for repair. Frank suggested I unplug and replug the TV, and presto, it worked! He could have easily sold me an expensive diagnostic visit, such a lovely man!
Posted: 6/14/2013 • Link to this review
I found Frank here on Kudzu and he came out to fix our rear projection Mitsubishi. I was blown away by his honesty, ability, attention to detail, kindness, and his reasonable price. He stayed for about 2 1/2 hours (until 10:30 PM!) to make sure everything was set up and working correctly. I couldn't recommend a business any more strongly. Thanks Frank!
Posted: 6/29/2011 • Link to this review
I found Frank on Kudzu and thank goodness I did. My 46 inch LCD had just completed a move, was working fine and then went bad. Frank knew my TV well, fixed it and it began working again. For some reason, my TV began act poorly for other reasons and Frank not only took another look at it but brought it back to my house to make sure the setup and environment were not hurting my TV. Rare situation with great service and VERY reasonably priced. Thanks Frank!
Posted: 1/29/2011 • Link to this review
I found Cobb Electronics on Kudzu and I am pleased I did. Frank was very polite and courteous and clear about the price and the extent of the repairs. Based on my experience I would highly recommend him and his service. Next time I need electronic repairs he will be my first call.
Posted: 8/23/2010 • Link to this review
First of all, I need to offer the most profound apology to Frank,(owner Cobb Electronics)because in pulling up my accounts and companys I've reviewed, I discovered that for some reason the review never posted. With that being said,there are not many businesses that exist that have the level of integrity, caring and honesty that Frank showed in doing repairs on a big screen TV in my home along with bringing back to life several other TV's that I thought there was no hope for. He did a great job in getting all to work like new...even the one that I had plugged up one morning and it literally sparked and smoked and all but caught on fire. Frank is a great business owner who cares about his customers and the importance of getting the job done right and the importance of customer satisfaction and repeat business. I will never look any further than Frank and Cobb Electronics for all my electonic repair needs...Give him a call. You want be sorry! It would be a better place to do business in this world if people had only a fraction of what I experienced with this awesome company. Thanks Frank...I have and will continue to recommend everyone I know to you and only you...God Bless!!! Patricia Baxter Mableton,Ga.
Posted: 6/03/2010 • Link to this review
Took my old tv to see if the connector in the back could be replaced. Frank had the repair done in just a couple of days and his fee was very reasonable. Another repair shop I called wanted $30 more than what Frank quoted me. This will be my repair shop going forward!
Posted: 3/12/2010 • Link to this review
My Samsung lcd tv developed a problem when it was turned on. The tv would click and play the startup chime several times before turning on. I also got a screen of pink pixels occasionally. It appears this is a common problem with Samsung tv’s and progressively gets worse until the tv will no longer turn on. After reading the reviews here, I decided to call Frank and get a free estimate for the repair. Frank was already very familiar with the Samsung tv problem and stated he had already repaired about ten tv’s with this problem. Frank repaired the tv for a reasonable price in a reasonable amount of time with a guarantee. I highly recommend Frank.
Posted: 12/17/2009 • Link to this review
After getting the run around from Sony and their official recommended “national” home repair service I called Cobb Electronic Repair. Frank took the time to listen to my problem and had the knowledge (rare now a days)to diagnose the problem over the phone. I went home did what he suggested and the rest is history. My wife thought I was a genius until I told her Frank was behind it. Can’t get any better service then that!! Thanks Frank…..
Posted: 10/01/2009 • Link to this review
I dropped off my 40" flat screen @ Frank's shop after it wouldn't power on. Although it took a bit longer than I had expected (a little over a week), Frank graciously brought my tv to my house after he had repaired it. Would definitely recommend him for this service.
Posted: 5/15/2009 • Link to this review
Frank fixed the "unfixable"! I brought my SpeakerCraft amplifier to him after the factory deemed it unrepairable. (SpeakerCraft stands by their products by replacing any defective equipment free of charge for two years, however, after the warranty expires, they DO NOT REPAIR ANYTHING! Fortunately, after the high end stereo shop from which I purchased over 80k worth of equipment and installation said they could not help me, I found Cobb Electronic Repair. Frank discovered the problem, found someone to fix it, and returned it to me after about 3 weeks with a warranty. It was about $200 to repair it as oppose to $1200 to replace it! I picked up the amp in January and it has worked perfectly since. I am a HUGH fan!
Posted: 5/19/2008 • Link to this review