Repairing Stage Lights

Replacing stage lights can get expensive. Repairing moving lights and spotlights with Azar Pixel is often a much more economical alternative. Repairing stage lights can involve troubleshooting and fixing issues with the electrical connections, lenses, bulbs, or other components of stage lights. It may require knowledge of electrical wiring and soldering, as well as an understanding of how stage lighting equipment works. It is generally recommended that you have a qualified technician with experience in stage light repair perform any repairs.

Stage lights are an essential component of any performance or event, and it is important that they are in good working order to ensure the best possible experience for the audience. We repair stage lights from major brands like Elation, ADJ, Chauvet, Martin, and many others. Common issues that may require repair include:

Bulbs Burning Out: This is a common issue with moving lights, spotlights, and leko lights. These issues can be easily fixed by replacing the bulb with a new one.

Electrical Connections: Loose or corroded electrical connections can cause the light to flicker or not work at all. This can often be fixed by tightening the connections or cleaning them with contact cleaner

Lenses: Lenses on ellipsoidal lights and DMX lights can become dirty or scratched, which can affect the quality of the light. Cleaning the lenses with a microfiber cloth and lens cleaning solution is often enough to restore the light quality.

Color Wheels: Moving lights with color wheels can become jammed or damaged, which can affect the color of the light. A qualified technician can often fix this issue by cleaning or replacing the color wheel.

Dimmer Packs: Dimmer packs are used to control the intensity of the lights. They can become damaged or malfunction, which can affect the lighting of the stage. A qualified technician can repair or replace the dimmer pack.

It is important to have any repairs made by a qualified technician with experience in stage light repair, as improper repairs can cause further damage or even be dangerous.