[volt-nuts] Serious problems fluke 731A, 720 and solartron
J. L. Trantham
jltran at att.net
Wed Oct 5 12:17:53 UTC 2011
I have those from Didier's site. However, I have always preferred paper
manuals. It's just easier for me to use. So I found them at Manuals Plus
and bought them. They are on the way.
I also made an inquiry with Telford Electronics in England
(http://www.telford-electronics.co.uk/manual.php?alpha=s) and it turns out
they have original 7081 Operation Manual Part I (12.50), Operation Manual
Part II (17.50) and a 'very good copy' of the Service Manual (20.00) (all
the amounts are GBP) and they do PayPal. So, for anyone in Europe, they
might be a good source
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Subject: Re: [volt-nuts] Serious problems fluke 731A, 720 and solartron
This is the link to the full versions of the Operating Manual and
Maintenance (not Service!) Manual for Solartron 7081
Monday, September 26, 2011, 4:41:25 AM, you wrote:
JLT> You must have something to do with aviation.
JLT> My meter just arrived in Oak Ridge yesterday. Hopefully, it will
JLT> be on the way to England later this week. Their turn around time
JLT> estimate is 4 weeks. Hopefully, I will have it back by first part
JLT> of November.
JLT> I found the folks in Oak Ridge very friendly and helpful. The lady
JLT> I spoke with offered to try to find a manual for the 7081 but did
JLT> not have any. She did, though, have an operating manual for the
JLT> 7061 that she sent me in .PDF form. If anyone wants it, let me
JLT> know. It is about 1 MB in size. I have not looked to see if one
JLT> is posted anywhere around the net or not.
JLT> Also, I found a complete set of used manuals for the 7081
JLT> (Operating Part I, Operating Part II, and Service) at Manuals Plus
JLT> and bought them. They have yet to arrive.
JLT> I am anxious to see what they find in England and how it performs
JLT> when it gets back.
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