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Subject: Re: WTB: Schematic & Manuals for Fluke 6060A Sig Gen

Date: 02/25/00 at 2:39 PM
Posted by: Dean Huster
E-mail: dhuster@pb.k12.mo.us
Message Posted:

In Reply to: WTB: Schematic & Manuals for Fluke 6060A Sig Gen posted by James Robbins on 02/25/00 at 5:03 AM:

Hi, James,

Here's some resources to help you find a manual. On the Internet, there're a few places that deal primarily
in used test & measurement equipment manuals. They are:

www.agtannenbaum.com
www.manualsplus.com
www.w7fg.com/manuals.txt
www.ac6v.com/pageaae.html

An on-line source of older manuals (but you won't find yours here) is at the Boatanchor site:

http://bama.sbc.edu/


There're two sites to help you find other sources:

www.repairfaq.org/repair/f_manuals.html
http://gama.inesc.pt/public/info/repair/f_manuals.html


Off the network, a great source is:

Ed Matsuda
POB 390613
San Diego CA 92149
619-479-0225 (voice)
619-479-1670 (fax)


Also, "Nuts & Volts Magazine" is a monthly that deals primarily with the buying and selling of electronic
equipment. They're an excellent source of documentation sources and another Fluke 6060A if you
happen to need one as a "hangar queen" for parts. They're at www.nutsvolts.com and will send you
a free sample issue upon request.

And of course, don't forget that you always have Fluke as a source. They may have the manual available
on microfiche only, or even if they still have it in paper, the microfiche version will probably be a fraction
of the cost. A used reader can possibly be found in "Nuts & Volts" and the pair together may be less
expensive than a new paper manual.

Dean


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