Pana Service

Head Office: 4 Exe Units • Cofton Road • Marsh Barton Industrial Estate • Exeter • Devon • EX2 8QW

CALL US ON 08714 721461
(Please have your Pana Stores sales receipt invoice/number to hand)




Nick Dinsdale

After leaving school Nick spent several years servicing and installing car audio systems. In 1990 as a newly qualified TV and video engineer he joined the UK's first specialised Panasonic and Technics Centre working as an installer and service engineer. Over the last twenty years he has attended almost all of Panasonic's technical training courses available from televisions to washing machines and fridge freezers. He has also been involved with many bespoke installations ranging from simple Plasma wall mounts to complex multi-room projects and home cinemas plus the installation of CCTV systems for both domestic and commercial clients. Nick lives in Torbay with his wife and family; he like to relax by walking with his dogs, sea fishing and cooking.


Richard Murrell

Richard joined the team in 2001; He has worked in both retail and engineering and specialises in the installing of our products, leading him to manage the custom installations and is heavily involved in our larger bespoke custom projects. Richard is a proud father and in his spare time he enjoys spending time with his family.


Rob Lee

Rob joined the Panasonic team in 2007. He has been a City &Guilds qualified TV engineer since 1965. As well as servicing and repairing a wide range of products from all leading manufacturers his many skills include the installation of aerial and satellite distribution systems and is frequently involved with some of our larger bespoke custom projects. He recently attended training at Panasonic head office for washing machine and fridge freezer servicing. In his spare time Rob enjoys restoring cars and supporting West Ham. He lives just outside Exeter with his partner.


Chris Wall

Chris joined us in 2007; he qualified as a Television service engineer in 1978 and later his qualifications gained him a City and Guilds Licentiateship award then in 1994 became a Bachelor of Engineering. His career has seen him working in both retail and engineering along with youth training. At 56 years of age Chris is now a grandfather and still enjoys playing the bass guitar something he has done for over 30 years both professionally and semi-professionally. In his spare time he enjoys reading and walking as well as playing drums in a local music group.