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Servicing and Safety Checks...
Do you have an old vintage valve radio which may be working but you are not sure its safe? You can hear stations but they are weak or distorted?
Have you an old family heirloom you want checking out?
Have you just bought a vintage radio on eBay or from an antique dealer?
I offer a full service and safety check for a standard price. All valves are tested, all old waxy capacitors are renewed, any perished wiring is replaced. The radio is internally cleaned, aligned and oiled (dial cord changed if weak). The case is polished and minor scratches etc treated. A modern flex/lead is installed together with suitable safety fuse.
NB This is a SERVICE. If the radio isn’t working I can fix it subject to a FREE ESTIMATE and then carry out the service once the repair is effected.
THE DAB HAND RADIO STANDARD SERVICE & SAFETY CHECK IS WHAT YOU NEED!!
FULL SERVICE & SAFETY CHECK
‘Standard Charge Service’ £85 (Plus Shipping)
NB This is NOT a repair its a SERVICE & SAFETY CHECK
"Dear Dave This is somewhat belated I know but grandchildren and the festive season have occupied most of our time. I hope you passed yours in an enjoyable fashion. You may (or may not) remember us as the retired teacher couple from Manchester; it was lovely to meet you at your wonderful workshop.
We just wanted to say a huge thank you for the superb job you did refurbishing and repairing our trusty old Bush DAC90. We are so pleased with what you did; efficiency and friendliness are rare enough these days so we were delighted with our experience and very, very pleased with the work you did for us. Visiting your fascinating workshop was a lovely experience also.
We will definitely look forward to you converting the radio to a digital beast in the summer months! Cheers! Fergus & Carolyn S. Stockport
"Fabulous! Skilled craftsman and real gentleman, no hesitation in sending a radio that needs servicing to this company." Paul W. Ayr