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Reviews Categories | Amateur Radio Equipment Repair | NTF Communications Help


Reviews Summary for NTF Communications
Reviews: 2 Average rating: 0.0/5 MSRP: $(missing—add MSRP)
Description: As Icom, Yaesu (Vertex Standard), and Alinco Antuorized Dealer and Service Centre, we can provide you with outstanding technical support. Our well trained technicians and advanced equipment make our repair service more promising and satiffying. (Spelling mistakes theirs, not mine)
Product is in production.
More info: http://www.ntfc.ca
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VA7HZ Rating: 0/5 Jan 5, 2012 12:36 Send this review to a friend
Followup  Time owned: 3 to 6 months
Got my FT-2000D back from Yaesu as I suspected it was blown preamps and mixer IC total parts cost just over $13.00
Thanks NTF for wasting time and nearly $200 in shipping for you to do nothing for almost a month and tell me it couldn`t be fixed.
Never again
 
VA7HZ Rating: 0/5 Dec 5, 2011 12:07 Send this review to a friend
Would never use  Time owned: 0 to 3 months
I sent my Yeasu FT-2000D in for repairs to what was likely blown preamps, it arrived on Oct 28th, 2011.
After approx a week I gave them a quick call to see if they had a chance to look at it, and was told not yet but would be soon, knowing they were likely busy I let it slide. When it got close to 30 days I emailed them and asked for an update as I had yet to hear from them. I was informed it can't be fixed, so I called for further clarification as to why. They had no explanation only that it couldn't be repaired. After chatting with Yaesu I thought it best to have them send it there for further checking. Again after providing details as to where and how to ship it, I waited called the next day to see if it was done only to be told they were too busy. (how hard is it to put it in a box and call the courier) so I waited 10 days before calling again, only to find out they sent it back to my home. Nearly $200 in shipping and nothing done. I don't believe they even cracked the case to look at it. Very poor customer service and I would avoid them at all cost. Now my radio is on its way to Yaesu in California so I'll update the results when I get them
 


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