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I guess it depends on what exactly needs done to it. Radio Shack might be able to repair it for you, especially if it's one of their brands. It's a $20 down payment to have it sent in and looked at, and if they decide it's fixable, they'll apply your $20 to the repair bill. I also know of a place in Bryan, OH, that I've used a few years ago when I had an old Bearcat. It was a hole-in-the-wall type place, but they fixed me up cheap. It was like a junk shop in the front, but the back was a CB/electronics shop. The local taxi company is run out of there as well. Corner of Mulberry and Cherry streets I think. I'm not sure if it's still open anymore, but I can find out.