(Amateur Radio Service Center)

322 VZ County Rd 2714

Mabank, TX 75147

Lat: 32.476776 Lon: - 96.074653

214-850-0973

After 38 years of repairing amateur radio equipment and being over 70 years old
the fire has about gone out. My wife and I have decided to take an extended
sabbatical and see some of this great country of ours. 

To this end we will not accept repairs after February 15, 2019.
All radios received before that date will be repaired and returned to
the owners. The 30 day warranty will remain in effect.

We have both enjoyed what we have been doing and have the best 
customers in the world. I will continue to provide help via the 
internet and limited phone help during our extended sabbatical.

This fall we will re-evaluate and determine the next step. 
I appreciate your understanding.

   73, Clif Holland KA5IPF
       Millie Holland W5AUX

I have been getting calls and e-mails asking where to send radios to be repaired
I can recommend Bill Grassa
www.N4ATS.com
He also has a very high E-Ham rating



Payment may be made by cash, check, or money order

No Credit Cards or Paypal

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What Happens When it Arrives?

Once a radio is received it is logged into the shipping log and placed on the “Waiting” shelf to be repaired. It is also

placed on the repair board by date. The radio is not looked at until it's “turn” comes up. It seems I get

emails or phone calls daily wanting to know the status of the repair and most of the time the

answer is “Waiting it's Turn”. Once a radio is placed on the bench it is either: Repaired, needs parts not in stock, or

the owner needs to OK the repair due to cost. If repaired, an invoice is done and e-mailed. If parts are needed

the owner will be notified that parts are on order and an ETA if known. If needing an approval an email is sent.

Notice:

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E-Mail for more information

clif@avvid.com

Clif Holland KA5IPF

See what others say, go to;

http://www.eham.net/reviews/detail/1142



I started in 1981 repairing Ham Equipment for Electronics Center Inc (ECI) in Dallas, Tx.

In 1993 ECI closed and I added ham and electronic repair capabilities to a Audio Visual VIDeo business owned by my brother under his business name of AVVid.

Subsequently AVVid applied for and was granted the designation as a “Factory Authorized Service Center” by Kenwood USA for warranty repairs.

In Nov 1995 the ham repair part of AVVid was sold to Tucker Electronics to open their Service Center. In 1996 Tucker Electronics sold the Ham Radio section to HRO and the ham radio repair moved back to AVVid, except for Warranty Service.



Current Workbench

TS-2000 being repaired

Ziggy keeping a watch on me

Top Row L-R

Asst Bird Slugs, Viz Power Monitor, Fluke 8050A DMM, Peak DCA-55,

Peak LCR-40, Peak ESR-60 (in boxes)

Second Row

HP-3312A Function Generator, HP-5315B Freq Counter

Viz Power Monitor, HP-3478A DMM, HP-53131A Counter/w 3GHz Ch3

Rigol DS1054Z Digital Scope

Third row

HP 8664A Signal Generator, HP-8920A Service Monitor

HP 8594E Spectrum Analyzer, Tektronix 2465B 'Scope

On Bench

Astron VS-50M Supply, HP-6236B Power Supply, Monitor for HP8920A

Bird 4391M Wattmeter, Laser Printer for 8920A

Unk brand 150 ohm Dummy Load

Not shown

Bird 8431 50 ohm Dummy Load

HP Z3801A GPS Receiver(used as a frequency reference for test equipment)

Nikon Stereo Zoom Microscope

HP 8656B Signal Generator

HP 8921A Service Monitor



Updated 2/02/2019