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Everything You Need to Know About techtown

Welcome! Techtown is a community built just for techs.  A place where you can go to ask a question or share what you know with others that do the hard work that you do. Here, you’ll find news you can use- the latest industry news and information about our industry.  You’ll also find message boards sorted by type of equipment, how-to info, videos, private groups and discussion rooms where you can talk with others about anything that’s on your mind… techtown allows you to post, respond and connect with other techs, local or across the country.

Prepare yourself to be surrounded by experts just like you who are looking for info in the field or have something to share. Ask. Share. Repair. is the way things work around here.  Sometimes, you just need an expert to answer a question fast. Techtown brings the experts together to get your questions answered, so you can get on with what you do best-tackling tough fixes and servicing your customers.

Where Can I Find techtown?

You can check out techtown on your desktop, laptop, tablet, and smartphone. Later this year, we’ll have a mobile app for Android and iOS (Apple) devices. We’ll be sure to let you know when it’s ready.

You can also find us on Twitter and Facebook.  Connect with us there to see the latest updates.

How to join us here at techtown

Signing up is free and easy. Join by setting up a username and providing your email address. You can even sign up with your social media, Amazon or Google accounts. After signing up, you can link additional login methods to your account. We like to give you options.

Please Be Nice

The first rule of techtown is: don’t talk about techtown. Just kidding. Of course, we want you to talk about techtown and within techtown. This is all for you. Respect your fellow techs.  Stay away from topics that you know will cause heated debate.  A good rule of thumb: If you have any doubt, don’t post it. Keep things friendly and helpful, that's why we’re all here. If you’re like us and love reading long lists of rules and regulations, click here. Questions? Email them to

The most important thing to remember is this is supposed to be fun and helpful. You’re among friends here!

–Scott, Mayor of techtown