Mike Wolfson wrote:|
Maryanne, I've seen a couple of mentions on the net about guys who repair various versions of Rat Shack scanners. You might want to try a Google search on repairs for your version on the scanner or subscribe to the SCAN-L list.....U of Missouri I think ???...they're a pretty knowledgeable group of guys. Another alternative would be to contact Mark Meese or Uncle Skip. They know a lot of guys in the scanner community who might be able to help you. Mike ----- Original Message ----- From: "maryanne kehoe" <atlsvo@xxxxxxxxx>I have a scanner that has had some adjustments done to it, as a result I am reluctant to send it off to RatShack (where I orig. purchased it) for repair. I've been busy and haven't had the time to call a couple of people the local Ham Radio Outlet said could repair it. Anyone going to the Fest that might be able to help me out? Thanks.
Maryanne and list,
Repairing an LCD display is probably too tricky of a fix to attempt at the Fest.
If it is a fairly new purchase I think it would be best to take it to your local Rad Shack and
let them send it off to Ft. Worth for repair. If it is a more vintage model them then I suggest
sending it to Scanner Scum endorsed G&G Communications. Contact them first,
let them know the problem and they will be happy to to let you know the best course
of action to take.
Here is their info:
7825 Black Street Rd., LeRoy, N.Y. 14482
Phone: 585-768-8151 / Fax: 585-768-7175
E-mail - ggcomm@xxxxxxxx
More people with scanners is just one goal of the Scanner Scum!!
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