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Ace radio repair ?

Postby Jeffrey J » Wed Aug 15, 2012 10:11 am

hey guys,
I have an old Sub Tech Ace Sub Commander radio, I changed the batts. in the TX and RX and the thing is dead ! Nothing showing on the power meter on the face. Is there any one out there that works on repairing these radios you guys know of? Thanks, still trying to get a Pay Pal account set up. Jeff J.
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Re: Ace radio repair ?

Postby Giovanni » Wed Aug 15, 2012 4:25 pm

http://www.radiosouthrc.com/
While they are at it, they can install a HiTec 2.4GHz TX and a HiTec Spektrum 75MHz digital TX.
You can have deep sea, land and air in one radio?
I have three Ace NC radios. :^)
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Re: Ace radio repair ?

Postby Jeffrey J » Wed Aug 15, 2012 6:34 pm

thanks for the link Giovanni, I just contacted them about the repair. Jeff J.
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Re: Ace radio repair ?

Postby Giovanni » Thu Aug 16, 2012 4:55 am

They are going to convert my Graupner MC-19 40MHz TX to a HiTec Spectrum 75MHz synthesized TX and a 2.4GHz TX. These Graupner 40MHz radios are getting cheap, now that the 2.4GHz radios are taking over the market. These radios, when new, we're over $1,500.00 but now as low as $300.00 in some cases. The MC19 has a computer program screen for boats, cars and aircraft. It memorizes multiple models.
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