If I get down in the area I will look you up. And the best it will get is not always right. I see it in my industry that SE Asian manufacturers are always trying to get the end product to the next level without raising cost or minimizing costs to the end user. I can see why they would be considered disposable. I see stuff made in the 1920s/30s that has absolutely no right to still be working or used because of advancements lack of mechanical advantage in the original design...etc.. Yet people pay good money to have them kept in service. I would like to have a beat up girl to do some mad scientist practice on.TripleA wrote: @winterwarBo;
We at missatleur try to do what we can for the hobby! If you are ever around the Atlanta area, look us up! We can hang for a while! Productivity is not really a problem with Chinese doll manufacturing, but as with most Chinese doll manufacturers, quality control cost money, so it is expendable! Again as long as we continue to purchase at this level, this will be the best that it will get!
As pioneered TPE used and many famous brands' dolls manufacturer, We have been focusing on customer experience, and continue to work hard to develop new functions for dolls.
We have many patents and independently developed exclusive functions, Such as Breathing feature, Ball Joints Hand Skeleton, Real Oral Sex(ROS) Head, etc.
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We don't actually offer repair services, we try to provide information so that the owners will be able to do it themselves. But in the event that an owner doesn't feel that he/she can perform the repair, or that they do not have the necessary equipment, we will do the repair for the cost of shipping the doll to us and return shipment back to the owner, and material cost! We will except donations, but they are not required!Robert Lloyd wrote:Do you guys have a website for your doll repair services? What are the fees for doll repairs like the ones shown in the videos?
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Annie came home on April 12, 2018. Her blog: viewtopic.php?f=215&t=102005
Judith came home on Nov 27, 2019. Her blog: viewtopic.php?f=215&t=123357
It is incredible how much they do without doing anything.
My beautiful Annie now has her very own account on TDF! viewtopic.php?t=146179
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haremlover wrote:OK. There's a problem here. . . . And it's important to find out what it is. It might be simply a nut come off the bolt and the bolt come out of the joint. That's easy. No problem.
Knowing the longevity of the brand I doubt significantly if the skeleton components are not strong enough and that any one has broken.
I interviewed two new brands of doll and have experienced really broken hips . . . and gave both away to people who could repair them.
If this a simple nut and bolt job then you can do it. If it's something broken this needs to be referred back to WM as a fault, the doll to be replaced and a redesign necessary. But I'm confident it's not going to be that and that it's a simple bolt job.
These videos are great. It looks as if this is a way to adjust the tension if the joints become slack by tightening or loosening the bolt. I would wonder if this same setup is used in the rest of the doll joints..
https://www.dollforum.com/forum/viewtop ... 7&t=129027
-princeoverit. One vendor name kept coming up as being great at helping customers walk through the process, Booty Call Dolls. So I decided I would work with them on this first purchase, and did.
-Just in timeYou could not of found a better person to help you with your first doll. Jeff /Booty call dolls, knows his stuff... One of the few members that is a vendor and a real lover of dolls. He owns quite a few dolls, and really understands the love we all share.