1st - Labor cost are typically higher than a new radio
2nd : Most radio manufacturers no longer offer field repair support
3rd : Parts availability is very limited or not available
Nu-Tronics does offer a radio check and estimate service for $ 20.00
You most drop off the radio with $ 20.00, and we will test and evaluate
your radio, normally within a week or so, and give you an estimate once we figure out what happen to your cb radio
In 1934 the Federal Communications Commission allocated frequencies for personal 2-way communications known as "Citizens Band Radio". These frequencies
were rarely used until 1952 when a radio technician in Elmira, New York started to build tube C.B. radio's for himself and his friends. By the 1960's, C.B. user's and
clubs were popping up all over. In the late 1970's C.B. radio's became a crave with over the road travellers especially truck drivers. This paved the way for the C.B.
Industry which at it peak had 134 different manufacturers making C.B. Radios. We, at Nu-Tronics, opened in 1971 when new radios were operating on vaccum
tubes and the F.C.C. charged $ 8.00 for a 5 year license. Now days, radios are controlled by irrigated circuits, are about 1/3 the size and the F.C.C.
has abolished the license process. But C.B.radio is still one of the most reliable and inexpensive forms of wireless communications available today. And there's no