The list below shows suppliers in North America for parts and restoration supplies for antique radios, electronic phonographs, tape decks, and TVs. This list is intended for suppliers that serve unique needs in the vintage electronics community, so the big modern electronics supply houses like Mouser, Newark, and Digi-Key are not included. This list will be edited and kept up to date as new information becomes available. Please contact me via email if you would like to recommend another supplier to add, or if you have had any problems with a listed supplier or find that a supplier is no longer in business. Thank you, Tom, that you did solve the question. We might add also sources for batteries and other things.
The following sources provide parts, information, and repair services for getting your antique radio, TV, or phono back on the road. Most commonly-needed parts, such as tubes and capacitors, are still cheap and plentiful. If you know about a choice radio or TV website that should be added to this list, send me an email. Antique Electronic Supply Replacement tubes and many other radio parts, schematic diagrams, vintage radio kits, restoration and refinishing supplies, books and reference materials. Tannenbaum Service manuals and schematics for radios, TVs, test equipment.
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