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Ed Murphy's TV & Electronics Repair
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Columbia Gramophone (Made in the United Kingdom)
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Fender Pro Amp 6G5-A (1963). What the chassis looked like when it came in. Look at that cap can!!!
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1958 GE 21C172 TV. Just finished repairing this beautiful TV.
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1959 Sargent Rayment (Made in Oakland, Ca. USA) Model SR1000B (AM/FM Mono) and Model SR2020 (Stereo Reproducer).
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1974-1976 Marantz Model 2325 Receiver. Really amazing sounding receiver.
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Philco Predicta Holiday (1958). Another Philco that we restored. The picture quality is one of the best I've seen in a 21" TV this old.
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Fender Pro Amp 6G5-A (1963) Just finished restoring this beautiful sounding amp.
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Dyna Company Dual Mono Block Tube Amp, Made in Phila, PA USA. Forgot to take more pictures of this once we finished restoring it. This amp has some really serious power.
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1955-1960 TUNG-SOL 6550 Black Plate Made in USA. They don't make tubes like this anymore. They test above 80% good after all these years.
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1950's era Zenith S-23019 Tube Clock Radio. Pretty beat up plastic clock radio but we got it working.
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23284 Del Lago Dr Laguna Hills, CA 92653
23284 Del Lago DrUSCALaguna Hills92653
(949) 768-0862edmurphystv.com
Electronics Repair Shop, Television Repair Service
Service and repair of all brands and models of consumer electronics. We specialize in the service, repair, and restoration of antique vintage electronics.

Television
OLED, LED, LCD, Plasma, DLP, Smart TV, HDTV, UHD, 1080p, 3D, 4K, 8K, Big Screen, Projection, TV, Monitor Repair

Home Audio and Video
Blu-ray, DVD, VCR (VHS, Betamax, 8mm), CD, Cassette, Stereo, Receiver, Amp, Audio System, Home Theater System, Turntable (Record Player, Gramophone, Phonograph) Repair

Antique : Vintage
Antique : Vintage Tube & Solid State TV, Radio, Amp, Stereo Receiver, Turntable (Record Player, Gramophone, Phonograph), 8-Track, Reel-to-Reel & Most Other Vintage Equipment Repair

Musical Instruments
Tube & Solid State Guitar Amp & Bass Amp Service & Repair
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reviewed 10 months ago
Arrogant and not helpful. I need an old Sony Trinitron evaluated. Since it weighs 200+ pounds, all I wanted to know if it was worth all the effort to haul all the way to his shop for him to fix. I had diagnosed the issues and narrowed it down to a few possible problems. I am a mechanical engineer, so I have a clue how things work and how fix them. I explained in great detail what I felt the likely problem(s) were. All I needed to know an idea what the repair option looked like. In response, he got all defensive and would only tell me to bring it in and pay him for the evaluation and then and only then would he tell me anything at all it. After some further discussion, it became apparent that all he absolutely no experience with this make/model of TV and was just going look up the service codes and try to rip me off. Terrible customer service!! DO NOT TAKE YOUR TV HERE!!!!!
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Response from the owner - 2 months ago
It is our policy not to give out quotes over the phone. The tech must see the unit so that he may evaluate it before we can ascertain what the parts/labor is required for an accurate quote. It is also our policy that we do not except diagnosis that others have made. We must evaluate the unit ourselves. These things are taken into consideration so that we can provide the best possible service.
A Google User
reviewed 2 years ago
May be fine for TVs, but did not seem knowledgeable about solid state stereo receivers. I asked how he diagnosed the problem to be the pre-amp and the reply was "even though there are a lot of parts in there, I know what is going on". I do not believe he even took voltage readings or did any real testing. Consensus is that the problem is in the regulated power supply, not the pre-amp. Waste of money. I'll take it elsewhere to someone that can explain their test process and results.
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Response from the owner - 2 months ago
We are a service center and repair receivers on a daily basis. If you had wanted it repaired we would have done so for you regardless of "consensus". We are unfortunately not an electronics teaching facility. Our tech cannot teach you how to repair your receiver yourself in the span of a few minutes.