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The Process
About iSickBay
About Me, you may as well know about me... the perfectionist mad scientist
Arrange a repair of your device, the steps involved
How to Make Payment
What happens when you get my device... the iPhone, iPad or iPod?

You can
FaceTime me!
(video/audio "call")
iMessage me!
iOS iMessage
(email in real time)
iMessage me!
OSX iMessage
(email in real time)
merely click the symbol to start the session

add me to your Snapchat!add me on Snap!


or Snap the code at left to add me on Snapchat
or you can Call toll free!!      1-877-iPod-Pro
or you can Call toll free!!      1-877-476-3776
About My Work
›iPad Repairs:
›iPhone Repairs:

›iPod Touch Repairs:
›iPod Nano Repairs:
›iPod "Classic" (hard drive model) Repairs:
›My Digital Camera Repairs
›My Cell Phone Repairs
› 1000's of Stories on Repairs I've done from all over the world. Pages -> 550|500|400|300|200|100|50
Customer Comments on my work
My Most Complex Patient Cases
›Ads I run on Craigslist
Other Services & Info
New Announcements & News
Opinions on some iPod models
How to Select a Used iPod
Where to Buy a NEW iPod CHEAPLY
Which Docking Station to buy???
What car adapter should I get???
Opinions on the Microsoft Zune
How To's and Tips
How to Reset Your iPod
Choosing an iPod Format
Format Mac iPod for PC
Copy iTunes Libraries
Add a folder to iTunes Library - Macintosh User
Add a folder to iTunes Library - PC User
How to Rip iPod Movies
How to bring an iPhone to me for Repair

»In an ideal world I would want to schedule your repair so I can allocate the time to phone specifically without interruption. Call or email me to let me know when you'd like to stop by with it.

Remember, when you break your iPhone, you basically have three choices.

1) live with the broken front assuming the LCD isn't broken, in many cases the digitizer and LCD still work, it's just the upper glass that is smashed and looks like hell.

2) Bring it to an AT&T store (because the Apple store doesn't deal with 'drop-ins' and you need an appointment) and pay minimum $199 (frequently more depending on where you are in paying off the "subsidy") for a replacement iPhone. That one will be handed to you B-L-A-N-K, empty, no contacts. You will have to go home and re-sync it to your computer (hoping everything that was on the old iPhone was sync'd recently) and then it will have "your personality" again... so repeating... $199 and a trip home plus a silent prayer that you had backed up (sync'd) your iPhone recently

3) Bring it to me (or someone like me) and have the iPhone repaired. It will require leaving your iPhone off with me for (approximately):
     4G-4S screen - 45 minutes
     3G-3GS screen - 15 minutes
     Battery - 1 hour
     Water damage repair - minimum 2 days
You will not have to hope that you sync'd back your information recently, it will all stay safely on your iPhone. For water immersion, I need it a minimum of two days, and it could go longer based on how lucky I am with your specific problem.

From around the Bay Area I'm easy to find. If you take the 101 up through the North Bay, I'm 40 seconds off the 101 at the Steele Lane exit. Take that exit and bear right (heading east). I'm at the corner of the third right, Steele Lane at Service Court.

Frank Walburg
2145 Service Court
Santa Rosa, CA 95403-3139

More on methods of payment is here:

These are comments people have sent me after they received their iPods and iPhones back fixed.

My most complex iPhone water case ever

Here is to send your iPhone in.

Call 707-544-4400


email me at with questions or to set up a repair.


Monday through Friday from 10am to 7pm, and Saturday & Sunday noon to 6pm.

I'm in Sonoma County... Northern California wine country,

    Frank Walburg
    Service Court
    Santa Rosa, Ca 95403-3139

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