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Re: Repeater fixit person?

Peter Toms
Condor Electronics Inc
125 North 36th Street
Seattle WA USA 98103
206 633 5190
206 633 0803 fax

He can also do some mods to reduce the noise floor and other good stuff.

Hope your Repeater is okay.


> I just got home at last from my musical travels (I've been away since  
> April 22nd!) and one of the Repeaters got damaged on this last flight.
> The tempo knob is pretty bent and the headphone volume knob got  
> snapped off, metal and all.
> Haven't turned everything on yet....fingers crossed!!
> Separate issue, but one of the outputs is crackly and cleaning didn't  
> help....
> I seem to remember a mention of someone who can fix a Repeater.
> Anyone know??
> Thanks! Zoe

Till now you seriously considered yourself to be the body and to have a
form. That is the primal ignorance which is the root cause of all trouble.

- Ramana Maharshi (1879-1950)

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