Service Warehouse

Service Warehouse is an application designed to keep records and purchase spare parts between TV repairers. You can find the complete user guide here.

The application consists of 4 main parts:

I'm looking for parts:

I'm looking for parts:

List of modules (parts) you need.

I have in stock
(My warehouse):

I have in stock
( My warehouse):

List of modules (parts) you have available.

All parts that repairers need:

All parts that repairers need:

All modules (parts) for which repairmen are looking.

All parts in stock

All parts in stock

All modules (parts) that all users of the application have available.

When you need a module :

The first thing we should do when we need a module is to look for it in our own state. We can do this in the window: I have in stock.

This part of the application is intended to monitor the condition of the parts you have. At the top is a search box where you can type in a module label, TV model or manufacturer. If you find the part you want, click on it to open the details. You can also see in detail where this module is located (For example: “In box 9). If you have not found the module you need in your condition, go to the window: All parts in stock.

Here are all the parts users of the app have. You can also type in the search box for a module label, TV model, or manufacturer. When you find the module you need, click on it to open the details. Here you can see an image of the module that you can enlarge, other tags if any, and the contact information of a colleague who has that module. If you haven’t found the module you need on your condition, head over to the tab: I’m looking for parts.

The Search window contains all the modules that you are looking for and are currently missing. When you click on the ADD NEW PART button and fill in the details of the module you need, all colleagues will be notified that you are looking for that module so that they can check that they are available and have not inserted it into the application. You can also enter in the fields “For Client:” and “Client’s Cell Number:” during enrollment, for which client you need this module, so even if it lasts a long time until it appears, you do not forget who you are looking for :).

As soon as the part you are looking for is available, you will be notified that a colleague may have the module you are looking for. When you enter the application, the modules for which there is a match will have a red bell drawn.

When you click on a module for which there is a possible match, at the bottom you will be able to see which users have that module.

Clicking on one of the offered matches will open the details of that module and the contact information of the user who has it.

When inserting a module, it is recommended that you fill in as much information as possible, as this increases the chance for the algorithm to find the module you are looking for. Due to the fact that some modules have multiple labels, and sometimes the users themselves make mistakes, an algorithm has been created that compares all module labels, TV model, manufacturer …

When you want to put a part in a condition to sell or have it available for the record of your spare parts warehouse:

If you want to sell a part, before adding to the stock, it is best to click on the tab: All parts that repairers need. Here is a list of all the parts that repairmen are looking for. At the top you have a search box where you can type in a module tag and see if any repairer is looking for it. If requested, clicking on the module will give you details about the module (to check if it is one) as well as contact information about the user requesting it.

If no one is currently looking for the module you want to insert, go to the Imam tab. Clicking on “ADD NEW PART” opens a page for you to add parts. The first tag of the module is required, and we recommend that you complete everything if you can, because you will sell the module sooner or find it yourself when you need it. If you are not sure which is the main module label, it is best to fill in all three fields. At the end of this page there will be examples from module labels.

If you already have a part in stock or misspelled it. Clicking on that part in the “I have in stock” window opens a detail page where you can make changes.

When inserting parts into the condition, it is recommended that you fill in as much information as possible, as this increases your chance of selling or finding it later.

In the later part of the application you have Services under warranty. Here you can find a list of colleagues. services and for which brands they perform the service within the warranty period. This may be helpful if you are looking for some software or firmware.

Examples of parts labels:

  • LG – EAX, EBR ili 6870
  • Samsung – BN41, BN44, BN96…
  • Philips – 3139, 715G…
  • Toshiba – V28A, V71A…
  • Sony – 1-878, 1-888, 1-881…
  • Panasonic – TNPA, THPH
  • Vivax, Vox, Fox, Adler, Tesla, Stella – TP.MS…