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    Posted: 04 May 2021 at 14:18
My A99 II has developed problems with the lens mount - it's worked loose, and not by the screws I can access easily, something deeper inside. It's out of warranty, and Sony lists Precision as their recommended repair facility for non warranty repairs. Looking for alternatives as I haven't had the best experience with them in the past. Any other suggestions would be appreciated.
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Give KEH a call: repair@keh.com or 770-333-4200 https://www.keh.com/
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I forgot about KEH; they've done some work for me before.   We'll see how things work our. Thanks Rudi. And thanks Basil, will keep United in mind just in case.
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