New Mission Statement
As I have been working on radios using the Internet for the past three years I have realized that I can not save them all. There are too many radios and I am just one man. My new approach is to provide information so that even the layman can fix his or her radio.
Starting very shortly I will be video recording my repairs and putting them on my other Website thecbdoctor.com
Thecbdoctor.net is mostly for educational purposes and listing every radio that comes across my bench. You may recognize many of them and may have never heard of some of them. I have reached a point that I may provide hundreds of hours of video that will show you how to fix and identify the common problems and the occasional once in a lifetime failures.
The first step is to provide information on how you can build your own bench without the expense of sophisticated equipment. The first radio that will be provided will be the most common radio ever made……The Cobra 29 LTD.
I am starting with the Cobra 29 LTD because it is easy to fix and there are so many out there that can be used for parts. This will be followed by the Cobra 2000 GTL, Cobra 142 GTL, and the HR 2510 among the many radios I have worked on over the past 28 years.
I would like to preserve CB radio in this age of Cell Phones and Computers, but I can’t do it alone, I need your help. If the system ever crashes, and many people will find that they have suddenly been plunged into the dark ages, it will be the low tech radios that will keep information going.
I can be found on The CB Radio Talk forum answering questions along with many other knowledgeable technicians and Ham operators. I hope to see you there. In the meantime check in at Thecbdoctor.net and maybe you will find that radio that you wish you never sold 30 years ago.
Help me keep CB radio alive.
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