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Old 12-12-2007, 12:55 AM
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Anybody in tech school

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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Old 12-14-2007, 03:56 PM
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Anybody? I'll give rep points for info-
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i go to a tech high school, i dont think i could help you with your problem unfortunatly, we dont have any of those kinds of machines

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The school i go to has either *Snap-on machine or SUN* brand sorry. Check ebay or craigslist OR Wikipedia.com might have something.
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I just did a quick google search and a few things popped up. SDX corp makes Bear and Allen. Superior Service and Equip handles repairs (800-985-3746)
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SDX tells you to call Superior, Superior says we'll get back to you. Going on six months waiting for some sort of response.
This thing was made in the 60s, as far as I know.
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