In most cases, yes, though it depends on where your equipment has been and what’s been done to it.
Unfortunately, certain repairers do such poor work that I may decline to look at the equipment they’ve touched. I’m not alone in this policy either. Why? Because the damage inflicted by certain individuals renders further work difficult or even impossible for those who follow to resolve. It’s unfair for these issues to then become someone else’s problem and unfortunately, all good repairers will know exactly what I’m talking about.
Take a look around the Hall of Shame to better understand what I mean. All of the equipment featured there was very repairable before someone ruined it. If circuit boards have been destroyed, for example, I will often decline to work on a piece of equipment.