Instructions for Spiratone 200C Enlarging Meter/Computer

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  1. Bob Marvin

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    I recently acquired an apparently unused Spiratone Model 200C Enlarging Meter/Computer. The instructions for the color attachment were in the box, but not the basic instructions. Does anyone have an instruction manual they could share? I suspect the thing isn't worth the trouble, compared to test strips, like every other enlarging meter I've tried, but I'd love to try it out--I have nostalgic fondness for Spiratone stuff, something I probably share with other US photographers of a certain age.
     
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    I was emailed a copy of the operating manual some time back , I can probably forward it to you. Send me your email address and I'll see if I can send it to you.
     
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    Thank you rick; it's:

    marvbej[AT]gmail[DOT]com
     
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    Forwarded my copy of the manual.
     
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    Thank you. I haven't received it yet, but emails are occasionally mysteriously delayed.
     
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    Still no manual Rick. If you get a chance could you please try my alternate email address:

    bmarvin[AT]plgarts[DOT]org

    Thank you!