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stagnuts

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I am looking for a good dealer/repair shop to get a couple radio's fixed. The local shop that use to shut down and now I can't find one around. Looking in the Utica/Rome/Syracuse/Albany area of NY. Please help need to get them fixed and back on the rigs. Thanks Josh
 

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Vertex VX-4000

I see the VX-4000 VHF high band radios are scarce as hens teeth now that they are discontinued, anybody know of any radio companies that deal with refurbished radios & the repair of same?
 

wkredick

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Fingers Lakes Comm in Auburn is a Vertex Dealer, as is Com Tech in Troy NY.You have better chance of Gary at Com Tech fixing a VTX radio for than FLC since they do LOTS of Motorola and rarely VTX.
Ask for Kevin or Jeff
 
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