[volt-nuts] Serious problems fluke 731A, 720 and solartron
J. L. Trantham
jltran at att.net
Fri Oct 7 12:55:19 UTC 2011
I have not had a chance to compare it page by page but it is the Maintenance
Manual, part number 70810014, Issue 5: August 1986, just like the .PDF copy
on the web. Only it is much more legible.
The Operating Manual Part I is part number 70810010, like the .PDF on the
web, but it is a different issue, Issue 7: July 1994. Again, I have not
compared it page by page but it looks the same.
The Operating Manual Part II is part number 70810011, Issue 5: June 1985,
like the .PDF on the web.
From: volt-nuts-bounces at febo.com [mailto:volt-nuts-bounces at febo.com] On
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Subject: Re: [volt-nuts] Serious problems fluke 731A, 720 and solartron
Is your paper manual differ from the PDF-versions in the web? Are they
the Service Manual (not Maintenance Manual)?
Friday, October 7, 2011, 7:31:36 AM, you wrote:
JLT> Flight Safety? I got my Private Pilot's license in 1968, an ATP in
JLT> and now about 4500 hours later I am still flying.
JLT> I did find a 3458A that should be here next week. It was advertised as
JLT> fully functional and comes with a 30 day return guarantee. For what I
JLT> I will be able to return it to Agilent for repair and still be ahead of
JLT> I have seen on theBay. Hopefully, all it will need is a return for
JLT> If Solartron is 'on schedule', I should have the 7081 back before
JLT> Thanksgiving. I just hope there is not hidden disaster that makes it
JLT> I got the paper manuals today for the 7081 and they appear to be in
JLT> condition but I am a little suspicious that they are copies rather than
JLT> original. But very good condition and very legible.
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