I should note that for non warranty repairs I decided I would just
send everything to japan. The turnaround is about the same frankly. I
sent my 12-24 into precision and they for some reason sent it to
Japan. It came back like a new lens and I had serious doubts it was
repairable, but at least all the glass was still intact. I think the
total cost was $250.
On Thu, Sep 15, 2016 at 11:24 PM, Stanley Halpin
> Thanks Zos. I will keep you informed!
>> On Sep 15, 2016, at 10:09 PM, Zos Xavius <zosxav...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Please keep us updated as to its status. My 20-40 is going to them
>> next week and frankly they haven't fixed anything I have sent them
>> yet. I honest to God hope they have improved some things. Pentax just
>> moved its base of operations to New Jersey where their copier division
>> is also based from. Precision is also in New Jersey. Here's the thing:
>> I've heard a lot of mixed stories from Sony users about Precision.
>> Some claim they had good service and others claim that they had
>> terrible service and poor repairs. Overall it seems Sony is doing a
>> better job with the same service center. It might be more of a problem
>> with Ricoh than just precision. Look at parts. Precision seems to
>> carry no spare parts so everything must be ordered from Japan which
>> turns 1 month into 2 and then 3 if you need to send it back a few
>> times. That's what happened to me and my k-3. Eventually Ricoh just
>> replaced it. 3 times to Precision and every time it came back there
>> were problems with metering and white balance. My 55-300 came back in
>> worse shape than when I sent it in. Ricoh sent me another. I know
>> Larry had his 16-50 come back with the hood threads misaligned. I'll
>> pray for your 70-200. I'm really sad this happened to you.
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