No matter who does the repair, our advice has always been the same: don't spend more than 50% of the cost of a new product on repairing an old one. If an item has already broken down once, it may be better to replace it. When it comes to deciding whether to repair or replace a product, there are a few factors to consider. First, you should think about the cost of the repair versus the cost of a new product.
If the repair is more than half the cost of a new item, it may be better to just buy a new one. You should also consider how often you use the product. If you use it frequently, it may be worth investing in a higher quality item that will last longer. On the other hand, if you only use it occasionally, it may be better to just repair it and save money in the long run.
Finally, you should consider how reliable the product is. If it has broken down before, chances are it will break down again. In this case, replacing it may be the best option. At the end of the day, deciding whether to repair or replace a product is a personal decision.
Consider all your options and make the choice that best fits your needs and budget.