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 Return to top of page · Post #: 1 · Written at 09:27 on 25 September 2005.
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It's been a while since I have written anything here and I apologise for that though work commitments and also a commitment to making another website (a Web directory site which will be launched soon) have taken up alot of time unfortunately. Whilst I am here though, I will comment on some of the emails I have received lately. As you all know I always welcome email and try hard to answer them all within a day or so. I receive alot of queries as to who carries out radio servicing and restorations. Once again, email is welcome but at the same time I will take this opportunity to remind people about the service directory which contains the contact details of all of the service agents and restoration gurus that I know about.

I do give priority to updating this list as I discover more relevant businesses. It is my intention, therefore, to try and make people understand that I am not trying to avoid passing on this sort of information when I point them to this page in reply emails. As said before, this list contains the only people that I am aware of at this time. Having said that, the list is quite comprehensive in the sense that I have included the mains services offered by the people listed. I do hope that this has been helpful.

At the same time, if you offer services that include sales, servicing, cabinet and/or chassis restoration, spare parts, including valves, condensers, resistors and second hand parts please email me in the first instance with your contact details and you will be included in the Vintage Radio Service Directory free of charge and without further obligation.


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Brad.

A valve a day keeps the transistor away...


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