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Description for 5731: Radio, Television, and Consumer Electronics Stores

Division G: Retail Trade | Major Group 57: Home Furniture, Furnishings, And Equipment Stores

Industry Group 573: Radio, Television, Consumer Electronics, And Music Stores

5731 Radio, Television, and Consumer Electronics Stores
Establishments primarily engaged in the retail sale of radios, television sets, record players, stereo equipment, sound reproducing equipment, and other consumer audio and video electronics equipment (including automotive). Such establishments may also sell additional lines, such as household appliances; computers, computer peripheral equipment, and software; musical instruments; or records and prerecorded tapes. Establishments in this industry may perform incidental installation and repair work on radios, television sets, and other consumer electronic equipment. Establishments primarily engaged in the installation and repair of these products are classified in Services, Industry 7622. Establishments primarily engaged in the retail sale of computer equipment are classified in Industry 5734, and those selling electronic toys are classified in Industry 5945.
  • Antenna stores, household-retail
  • Consumer electronic equipment stores-retail
  • High fidelity (hi-fi) equipment-retail
  • Phonograph stores-retail
  • Radio stores-retail
  • Radio-phonograph stores-retail
  • Tape recorders and players-retail
  • Television set stores-retail
  • Video camera stores-retail
  • Video tape recorder stores-retail

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