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The demand for special needs equipments, ranging from electronics to mobility equipments, is high in Singapore. However, the price of these items are not affordable due to a small market. Last week, I repaired a BIGmack simply by replacing the power connector ($0.50 on Shopee). For us, we are able to troubleshoot the problem easily. However, for many, they may assume the BIGmack is beyond repair and buy a new one which costs about $300. Imagine how much money one can save. Furthermore, a quick google search (1 min effort🥲) doesn’t show us where we can get these communicating devices repaired. Hence, people look to DIY for a cheaper alternative. If anyone is good with tinkering and building stuff, and wishes to take on some side projects, please drop me an email. Can earn some cash too. 😉


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