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Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by f825_633, Dec 28, 2008.

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  1. f825_633

    f825_633 Guest

    HI Anyone know where I can obtain a fluke 10 display ? - or
    a dead fluke 10 that a display can be recycled from?
     
  2. Hav eyou tried Fluke? They have been very good about supporting their products
    regardless of age.

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  3. JeffM

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  4. f825_633

    f825_633 Guest

    Yes I did - I told it was deemed 'end of life' in April of
    this year and so parts are no longer available.

    I spoke with 'Service' who could effectively offer a service
    exchange which would be a new item for £65.00 - I can buy
    the same meter again for under £30 from CEF who still have
    stocks - until they run out of course :)

    Sad really - its a great 'simple' little meter - no bells or
    whistles - and just reads the basics which in the main is
    all that is necessary - for me anyway.
     
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