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Re: [Amps] Alpha service

To: "Steve, NR4M" <>
Subject: Re: [Amps] Alpha service
From: John Bodine <>
Date: Thu, 26 Nov 2020 20:20:13 -0500
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From the Alpha website (

Service Policy <>

We are available in Colorado 8AM-4PM Monday to Friday by telephone or email
for support. We are anxious to help you get back on the air, and will
repair any amplifier we made IF we can get the parts. This can be
challenging given the nearly fifty year history of Alpha. Rest assured that
if you purchase a new amplifier from ARFSL that we will completely support
you with whatever your service needs are. We are not just a reseller but a
full manufacturing and support organization. Our mission is to build the
best amplifier possible and to provide the service to match.

Since we do completely manufacture our products in house, the service
department is usually fully stocked with every component to repair your
present production 9500, 8410 or 8406 amplifier in a timely manner. We have
many parts to repair legacy amps, but hope you understand that many of the
parts used for example in the 87A are no longer obtainable because some
suppliers are out of business and microprocessors manufactured 30 years ago
are completely obsolete. The electronics industry has shifted away from
offering many parts in through hole versions since the surface mount
assembly revolutionized the industry.

On Thu, Nov 26, 2020 at 7:24 PM Steve, NR4M <> wrote:

> Hello all
> I recently saw something, somewhere that Alpha was barely existing.
> Does anyone know if their service is up and running?  I have two 8410’s
> down for different reasons.
> Is there anyone on the east coast doing service on the current Alpha amps?
> Thanks and happy thanksgiving.
> 73 de Steve NR4M
> Sent from my iPhone
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