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 vacation and see some of this great country of ours. We are closed, no new repairs. 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
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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.
TS-2000 being repaired
Ziggy keeping a watch on me
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