Every year people who travel to the USA or Japan bring back a neon sign at some point and it usually gets smashed in the suitcase or the hand luggage. Then they ring Neonidea and expect a cheap repair, " Oh I bought it in Iran the whole thing cost me only $60.00" or I bought it from a car boot sale for £5.00. Honestly repairing one of these can take hours, dismantling and rebuilding, never mind the cost of the repairs themselves. The average beer repair sign is always going to be expensive in Britain, always between £60 - £300.
As an example, this Coors light Route 66 neon sign, was badly broken when it landed at Heathrow. It had 2 transformers in total each 2Kv/25. Instantly, I knew this wasn't correct. 2Kv is only enough to power one piece of this sign, never mind 3 sections of glass each. All the red tubes on here were re-gassed and the transformers replaced with one that powers the whole sign and the customer was delighted to see his sign working again.
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