If it'll help you decide, you might check with TT on the replacement
parts availability to cure the cosmetic issues. I went through an
almost identical experience about a year ago with one I bought on the
auction site; I found that most of the parts are still available and
not too expensive.
On Jul 25, 2006, at 10:06 AM, email@example.com wrote:
So what to do now?
> Do I sell this setup, fully disclosing what I know about it (of
> course), and
> eat the $$ loss and get the bad taste of this transaction out of my
> mouth? -
> Do I try to fix things that appear to be wrong or not working and then
> to keep or sell? (I wasn't really looking for a project radio)... Or,
> do I
> send the radio to Ten-Tec for repair and potentially sink more $$ into
> it to
> basically bring it up to being 100% electrical with just average
> and keep it?
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