WAITING TIME FOR REPAIR WORK IS CURRENTLY … FOUR WEEKS
The Radio Workshop is always busy so please collect your completed repairs as soon as possible to make way for future jobs. Thanks.
|Job 1||Scott||Goblin radio||work in progress||ws||b/p 12/9/18|
|Job 2||Sue B||Sobell 615||awaiting attention||ga||ws||b/h 14/9/18||ga 19/9/18|
|Job 3||Dave U||Bush AC41||awaiting parts||xs||b/h 15/9/18|
|Job 4||Simon||Regentone radio||awaiting attention||dr||b/h 21/9/18|
|Job 5||Amy||Dansette r/p||awaiting attention||dr||b/h 22/9/18|
|John G||Bush DAC90A||work complete – on test||acc||dr||b/p 6/9/18||acc 17/9/18|
|Steve||Emor Globe radio||ready for collection||inf||ws||b/h 30/8/18||customer to collect 11/9/18 ?|
|Steven||Bush DAC90A||awaiting instructions||q||ss||b/h 3/2/18||q 7/2/18
now in storage
IF YOU ARE COLLECTING YOUR RADIO IN PERSON…
Repairs collected in person must be paid for by cash. If you are unable to collect your repaired item straight away and it is likely to remain with me for over two weeks, I will require payment on completion of the repair.
I accept payments by PayPal, credit card via PayPal, cash, bank transfer or postal order. I can email you an invoice for your repair as PayPal now accept credit card payments, even if you don’t have an account with them.
PLEASE NOTE – WARNING
If you do not contact me within three months from the date that I have advised you that your radio is ready, I will have no alternative but to dispose of your radio. Sorry, but I do not have the space to store radios indefinitely.