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Username Post: Radio repair        (Topic#363334)
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Loc: Covington,Ga
Reg: 12-20-02
11-19-20 07:45 AM - Post#2808078    

Anyone in Georgia still repair car radios ? my 53 just hums and nothing else.


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Loc: seligman,arizona
Reg: 05-14-09
11-26-20 10:33 AM - Post#2808656    
    In response to cdandelivery

You will probably need to send it out to a radio repair shop.

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Loc: Smyrna, Georgia
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11-27-20 09:15 AM - Post#2808732    
    In response to cdandelivery

I will try and find the guys info that repaired my 1960 radio, well he didn't have to repair it just cleaned and did some adjustments. He lives in Cobb County. Will let you know. Lamar

Edited by PLS on 11-27-20 09:16 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

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Loc: Yakima, WA. USA
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11-27-20 09:23 PM - Post#2808806    
    In response to cdandelivery

Long ago I got a radio out of a '51 Chevrolet in a wrecking yard that did the same thing. The radio repair place I took mine to dressed the points in the vibrator and it was operating just fine after that.

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