You're most probably assuming wrongly - they were most likely refused estimates, not that they couldn't repair them.Tens of years ago a local electronics service shop would toss out items that apparently weren't worth repairing or the techs couldn't figure out how to repair them.
sounds like these people here in South Africa (YouTube - Vigilante Justice - South Africa)One thing I like about small towns is people who lie are soon found out and everyone knows it. Not much up side in doing so.
A lot of you young blokes do not address the "reality" of circumstances of the society that you do live in. Bokbaard has raised even more relevant issue - the impact (or collision rather) of the native african people and the white colonizers bringing together a "clash" of totally different civilisations. You have the "bill of rights" and your constitution, but problems are still there, aren't they?
What model JVC Audioguru? I know some people who may have the shematiicI have a "trashed" JVC 5-channels (320W total) stereo receiver with many inputs including video. It Has a Dolby digital surround sound decoder. It was dropped and the frame got bent but I fixed it. Its case is scratched a little.
But a corner of its main pcb is broken off and is missing.
I can't find its pcb layout for me to connect the wiring the way it should be.
Good luck getting it returned to you if nobody claims it.. Somebody will claim it, but it won't likely be the rightful owner, rather somebody who works at the lost/found..
Ppl aren't going to go to the police in search of that.. Its lost, and I wouldn't expect something like that to be turned in if I lost it..
As for providing evidence if there happened to be a crime.. Just hope there was no crime if you take it to the police, because if by chance there was, then you will be suspect #1.. On that note, if you find a wallet, or something that logically should be turned into the police, do not turn it in personally.. Its analogous to not answering question/remaining silent.. Keep things anonymous, only some good deeds go unpunished..