...and it's not working, give us a call or send us an EMAIL describing the general condition. vintage radio antique radio repair
NOTE: We need most of the parts intact. Do not ask us to repair radios which have been run over by your grandad's Studebaker, or stored in the bottom of the well for 40 years. vintage radio antique radio repair
We generally do not do cosmetic work (wood, dials, etc.) but sometimes we may be able to help. antique radio repair and vintage radio repair
How to get started: vintage radio repair and antique radio repair
First: Write, Call, or EMAIL us, describing your unit and it's general condition as well as you can determine. Sending a good photo (Polaroid, or such) is OK and may help us identify a particular model which may have lost it's label. PLEASE DO NOT send any radios until you hear back from us. vintage radio repair and antique radio repair
We regret we cannot give you an estimate until we examine the unit, and even then we often can't estimate the repair costs until we actually start tinkering with the thing. Thus, you must trust us to be fair and honest with you, and that isn't real easy these days. vintage radio repair and antique radio repair
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