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Old 20th May 2018, 11:58 am   #1
Smooth Operator
Join Date: May 2018
Location: London, UK.
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Default Grundig Yacht Boy 210 - Missing Aerial & 2 Small knobs at front

Dear Sirs,

I bought the above radio with my father in 1969 - who passed away.

The radio to me is of sentimental value .

Radio works.

But living in city of London with tall buildings missing aerial is unhelpful.

The knob for sound and the adjacent knob for base etc are missing.

I gave the radio to the repairer - who held it for a year-did no work.

And charged me for the privlige.

I would like the missing bits fitted and radio to be looking like new-it looks tired with metal strips require gluing and thorough clean inside and out.

I require an exact price for the work.

And I live in central London therefore like to know how pick-up or delivery would work.

Thank You.
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Old 20th May 2018, 2:42 pm   #2
dave walsh
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Location: Ramsbottom (Nr Bury) Lancs or Bexhill (Nr Hastings) Sussex.
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Default Re: Grundig Yacht Boy 210 - Missing Aerial & 2 Small knobs at front

You could perhaps seek advice from Michael Maurice in Wembley who is also a long serving Moderator on here and I believe, does house calls!

Hope that helps you.

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