What does the re-man process involve?

First, Actuators go through a media blasting process in order to clean off years of harsh grime and dirt. Most actuators suffer from degrading wiring, so that is often the first thing to be removed and replaced with new teflon-coated wires and brand new rubberized tubing. We also inspect, clean, or replace each potentiometer, switch, motor and gear to ensure it is better than factory specifications. 

Can you test my actuator for me?

Of course! We will gladly test the unit before sending you a replacement or rebuilding yours. Wiring isn't the only failure of some actuators so it can be harder to diagnose. Our years of experience and advanced testing methods can help give you a solid answer as to the functionality of your part. The test fee is $125. We will waive the test fee if your part is bad and you'd like to purchase one of our re-manufactured units or have us rebuild yours. 

What parts do you work on?

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I had my actuator rebuilt somewhere else and it still isn't working. Can you help?
Yes. When we come across this situation we like to have the actuator sent to us to be evaluated before we do anything else. Going behind someone else's work can be tricky, so a careful inspection is important. We very often end up completely replacing the unit just to avoid any potential problems. 

What kind of warranty do you offer?
Our re-manufactured parts come with a one-year warranty. See our policies page for full details.