If you have bought a radio that didn't come with a manual, there are a number of websites that will allow you to read a digital copy of the manual online or download the manual to read via acrobat reader at a later date.The first place to start looking for a manual is the manufacturers website. Most manufacturers have most manuals for most of their equipment going back many years.
Below is a small list of websites that carry manuals for some of the more poular equipment
You may also be luck with a search of Ebay, Ebuyer, or even Facebook Market Place. You may also ask at the club, as members may have the manual you are looking for.
NLWARC endorses Castle Electronics
After using a number of local and not so local Amateur Radio Repair Shops over the years, and having to get radio's re-repaired time and time again after shops have failed to set radio's up properly or have not explained what caused the fault allowing you to 'change your habits' NLWARC have been impressed with the technical knowledge and customer service provided by Geoff at Castle Electronics.
As a bonus Geoff has agreed to provide a 5% discount for all members of NLWARC.
Tel: 01938 820 880
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RSGB The Radio Society of Great Brittain
Practical Wireless / Radio User two UK based Amateur Radio magazines
Lamco Amateur Radio store
Martin Lynch and Sons Amateur Radio store
Waters and Stanton Amateur Radio store
Haydon Communications Amateur Radio store
Nevada Radio Amateur Radio store
Electrocom Amateur Radio store
TX Factor UK based Amateur Radio video magazine
RS Components electronic components etc supplier
Farnell Electronics electronic components etc supplier
CPC electronic components etc supplier
Rapid Electronics electronic components etc supplier
OFCOM manage your Amateur Radio Licence
Southgate Amateur Radio News