Welcome to our Technical Support page! We have a small team of 6 technicians who are here to help you with SparkFun products. Your ticket will be processed in the order that is it received.
Technical Support is available Monday through Friday from 10AM to 12PM and 1pm to 4pm, Mountain Time (GMT -7). We are closed Saturday and Sunday. We find that email is the best form of contact as we can share the highest level of information and documentation this way.
Before contacting us, consider looking at our troubleshooting tips. You may be able to resolve the issue with these techniques.
When contacting Technical Support please be ready with as much information as possible:
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Returns: Please review our Returns Policy to request an RMA.
While we are happy to help you as much as we can,
Most info (documentation, specifications, datasheets, etc.) we have on our products are available for download under the “Documents” header on each product’s page. The comments, product reviews, and tech tip tabs on our product pages are also great resources for additional information. Not sure where the page is? The easiest way to find it is to put the SKU number in the search field. You can also often find something by searching by name or manufacturer’s part number.
Non-SparkFun Manufactured Products
We sell a lot of items that we don’t make. The best place to get help with products made by a different manufacture is that manufacturer’s website and technical support. They have the most knowledge and information regarding their products and will generally be happy to help!
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