NJARC Radio Repair Clinics:
Our Repair and
Restoration Clinics are held several times a year. These
are all-day (10 am - 4 pm) events are conducted at different
locations around the state, usually at our InfoAge headquarters in Wall
Township. Some are conducted as "members only" events, and some are
open to the public. Specific information about upcoming workshops is
posted on the home page of this website and is announced in our
newsletter The Jersey Broadcaster. Members are
encouraged to sign up to bring a restoration project for evaluation.
Club members with expertise in different areas of radio restoration
volunteer their time to serve as instructors and problem-solvers.
(Note: volunteers are requested to arrive at 9 am for setup.)
sessions open to the public: Please register ahead of
Richard Lee to reserve a one-hour time slot with an expert. The club
will provide you with a comprehensive evaluation of your radio and
recommendations regarding it's restoration and repair. Often, the
problem is very simple -- so you might even leave
with a working radio!
Members of the public
are encouraged to join NJARC to have the
opportunity to develop the basic skills which will allow you to perform
many simple radio repairs.
We conduct a "Beginner's
Workshop" for those new to radio collecting and repair. Workshop
schedules are announced at meetings, in our newsletter and on our
website as they are scheduled.
Our volunteer instructors will have test equipment available such as
meters, signal generators and oscilloscopes. Members are requested,
however, to each bring a basic set of tools with them for use on their
project: screwdrivers, wrenches, wire cutters, soldering iron, etc.
You can reach Richard
Lee by telephone at (914) 589-3751 if you have any questions.