Computer Repair

Nerds On Call

215 Lake Blvd

Redding, CA 96003 - Shasta County

(888) 996-3737


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Computer Repair, Computer Repairs, Computer and Office Machine Repair and Maintenance, Computer Maintenance and Repair, Computers & Equipment Repairs & Maintenance
Consultations, Individual Training, On Site Training, Technical Support, On Site Instruction, One On One Training, Personal Training, Private Lessons, Private Training, Computer Repair, Internet, Troubleshooting
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