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Old 23rd January 2004, 02:17 AM   #1
JohnG is offline JohnG  United States
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Default Tek 475 scope for parts

I have an old Tek 475 that I am selling. I worked when I first turned it on, but shortly thereafter it quit. It appears to power up ok, but you can't get a trace. When you power down, a flash appears on the CRT.

It may be repairable, but I'm selling it as is for parts.

I'm asking $25+ shipping (estimated weight about 30 pounds or so). Preferred payment is cashier's check or MO.

John
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Old 23rd January 2004, 01:52 PM   #2
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Dear John,

I am VERY much interested in the scope as I have a semi ill 475 myshelf and would love to use this for spares! I am located in Athens Greece and willing to pay for transportation cost. If interested please email me asap for details.

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Panos Tsitimakis

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Old 22nd February 2004, 06:20 PM   #3
JohnG is offline JohnG  United States
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Please accept my apologies for posting this message and then disappearing. I had some trouble with my diyaudio account when I tried to update my email address which has since been corrected (thanks, planet10!). About the same time it was corrected, I have had to travel for business, and my basement flooded.

Anyway, the scope was a victim of the flooding, being about half-submerged when I reached it. I have not powered it up since that time, as it was pretty thoroughly soaked. Sorry.

John
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Old 25th February 2004, 04:45 PM   #4
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John?
Have you sold the scope yet?
I tried to send you an email and am interested as well.
let me know ok
Harlan
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