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Anybody here in auto tech class, or at a tech school?
I am running out of leads on a piece of equipment I recently got. It's an old Allen 16-110 engine analyzer, big blue cabinet with a scope screen, before the computerized ones came out. Unfortunately, this one came without leads or paperwork.
I need a manual and schematic book for this machine so I can make up a new set of leads for it.
I know a lot of tech schools got these machines second hand when shops upgraded, it's just a matter of finding one that hasn't chucked their machine yet.
Anybody know of one rotting away in a back room of the shop, or have an instructor who has tons of this sort of information on the shelves?
I'd really appreciate any help I can get on this-
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