Game Show Button System Services
When your quiz game buzzer stops working, don’t trust the repair to just anybody. Buzzer System offers a wide selection of game show button system services that will have your device working like new in no time. We offer many types of parts to replace anything that wears down or breaks. We also offer many types of upgrades and tweaks to help improve your system. For more information on our game show button system services, give us a call today at (309) 224-9945.
Popular Repair Items & Services
For complete list of parts, click on the Accessories/Parts link at the top of this page.
Our buzzer systems are designed
for many years of service,
but at some point, service may be needed.
#1: Please call us before returning your system (our phone number is listed on our “contact us” page). Let’s discuss the malfunction and determine which parts need to be returned for repair.
In many situations, the entire system does not need to be returned. However, if your system “has seen better days”, please consider an overhaul (see details below). We can take care of the immediate problem without you having to diagnose it, and we can also inspect for other problems, too.
#2: If we determine parts need to be returned, please ship parts to the address listed on our “address” page. We will repair and return the components as quickly as possible.
#3: PLEASE include a note with whatever you return summarizing the problem and the name and address where we should send the repaired part. Thank you!
#4: When making a shipment to BuzzerSystems.com, we suggest using UPS Ground, FedEx Ground, or Priority Mail.
Hand-Held Button Repair
Your hand-held buttons can be repaired.
Very economical … Less than 1/2 the price of a new button.
Click the button for more information.
Complete information about our service is here:
CLICK HERE FOR OVERHAUL-REFURBISH INFORMATION
Parts Order Form
Most of the parts we sell (for equipment past and present) are listed on this printable order form.
Click HERE for the form.
If you can’t find what you’re looking for, please call or email.
Upgrades & Tweaks
Adding Hand-held Button to “Traditional” Player Box (Black Box)
For less than the price of the hand-held button, you can add this popular option to your “traditional” player boxes (the “black” player boxes shown here).
Click on this button for more information.
Powering your system With a Battery
Added September 2020:
Our equipment is designed to be powered by a power pack that plugs into an AC wall outlet. But if an outlet is not available, there are other ways to power your lockout system.
Here is our suggestion.
If you have a solution you would like to share, please let us know. We’ll post it here. Thanks!
BATTERY – CORD – ADAPTER
All of our quiz-lockout products (lockout systems and timers) require at least 12 volts to operate. Safe, economical, rechargeable 12-volt battery packs are used in many applications e.g., photography. These batteries will also power your quiz-lockout system.
Here is an overview of what’s needed:
As shown in the picture, the Lockout System can be powered by a battery. And also as shown, since there’s a difference between the connectors on the battery and the lockout system, we need an adapter.
BuzzerSystems.com does not stock these parts, nor do we profit from the links we’ve listed here. These recommendations are for the convenience of our customers.
BATTERY: TalentCell Rechargeable 12V 3000mAh Lithium ion (includes cord)
Price: (Sept 2023) $26
Amazon Link: [click here]
Comment: This battery has more than enough power to run a lockout system (and a timer, too) for several hours before it needs to be recharged. Larger batteries are available that will run your lockout system even longer.
Technical Note: with our products, the center pin on the power jack can be positive or negative – our equipment accepts both polarities.
ADAPTER: DC Power Plug Adapter: 2.1mm jack -to- 2.5mm plug
Price (Sept 2020): $7
Amazon Link: [click here]
If you have any questions, please call or email.
Connecting 2 (or more) systems together
Many of our quiz-lockout system can be connected together to form one large system — where the first player who rings in one one system lockout out everyone on all systems. We call this multi-system operation.
Please click on THIS LINK to learn more.
Take a look at the short video we prepared, too.