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Vintage and New Electronic Component Repair Instructions


smile I am a life long musician (guitarist and vocalist) in my late-50s in Staunton. I have been a computer expert for many years, but now am looking to change to a niche market part-time and work in "vintage and new electronic component repair". In other words, old and new radios, stereos, guitar foot switches, VCR, CD/DVD home units, electronics with vacuum tubes and solid-state and eventually, guitar and bass amps. No TV work, not intrested in that.

Before all of that, I need someone that is currently working on these part-time in their home or shop that can befriend another and share their knowledge on troubleshooting and repair a couple of times a week for a couple of hours (I drive to you).  The community colleges do NOT teach this, I know, I am a part-time adjunct in the Computer/Electronics Department at one of the schools. Tech schools too are not teaching this as most things are geared towards "designing circuits" and electrical wiring.

If you know of anyone that has this knowledge and is repairing these items "on the side" and would consider sharing their knowledge with a new friend, please let them know about this post. They can also reach me at

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