Repair radio receivers, recorders, and other electronic-audio equipment.
What does a Radio Repairer do?
Repairs radio receivers, phonographs, recorders, and other electronic-audio equipment, using circuit diagrams and test meters: Tests wiring, tubes, resistors, and other parts, using electronic test equipment, such as voltmeters and oscilloscopes, to locate defects. Replaces defective parts, using handtools, and solders loose connections with soldering iron. May compute charges for labor and materials. May install radios in automobiles [AUTOMOBILE-ACCESSORIES INSTALLER]. May be designated according to type of radio repaired as Automobile Radio Repairer; Radio Repairer, Domestic.