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 Post subject: Reliable Vintage Radio Repair in Denver
PostPosted: Nov Sun 17, 2019 9:23 pm 
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Anyone know of a good vintage radio repair service in the Denver area. I'd like to get my radio restored to perfect working order. Sorry if this isn't the correct forum for this question.


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 Post subject: Re: Reliable Vintage Radio Repair in Denver
PostPosted: Nov Sun 17, 2019 10:21 pm 
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Leave me a message.....Craig, Lafayette, CO


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 Post subject: Re: Reliable Vintage Radio Repair in Denver
PostPosted: Nov Sun 17, 2019 10:30 pm 
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"PERFECT"---??? That let's me out---the fact that I am far away is a detail......;)

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 Post subject: Re: Reliable Vintage Radio Repair in Denver
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Confusionism say: "perfection and decades old equipment is not often equal"
but repaired, working as intended and calibrated are within the triad of reason

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 Post subject: Re: Reliable Vintage Radio Repair in Denver
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glue_ru wrote:
Confusionism say: "perfection and decades old equipment is not often equal"
but repaired, working as intended and calibrated are within the triad of reason

Of course!!----that's exactly what I said.....;)

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