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    Spiratone enlarging computer

    Going through one of my boxes I came across an ancient Spiratone enlarging computer, but no instructions. If anybody knows how they operate and could pass that info on to me would be greatly appreciated. This is obviously an early model 200 with all dials, as all the info I can find is on the model 200 from 1979, and no instructions..
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    I've got one of those things and the instructions, too... someplace. I'll keep looking and hope to be of some assistance.

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    Far out--thanks. Hope you find them,I would love to try this thing out. I bought a Jobo cpe-2 some time ago, and this was in one of the boxes I brought back with it.
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    Found it. Big PDF on the way to you.

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    And a great big THANK YOU to you.
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