When I Receive Your Radio
It’s booked in, a job card raised and I email you to confirm its receipt. Your radio is then tested, the problem diagnosed and I send you a quotation for the repair. I change faulty and unreliable components and test any valves. Mechanical vibrators can be upgraded to modern solid state versions for greatly improved reliabilty.
When Your Radio is Repaired
I check its RF alignment; clean, lubricate and adjust the push button mechanism and give the whole classic car radio an all over clean. Then the radio goes on soak test. Finally, I will email you an invoice for the repair.
Unfortunately, because of the time it takes to diagnose a faulty radio and the high number of estimates subsequently rejected, I have had to introduce a minimum repair charge of £135 +VAT