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Old 25th May 2020, 11:00 am   #1
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Default Free but Faulty TV & Sat Level Meter

Hello all

On offer is a Promax TV & Satellite Level Meter MC-944 complete with carry case but no batteries.

I was given this in a faulty condition many moons ago by a forum member, I fixed it, used it for a while and then it sat on my shelf (I guess a couple of years but then my wife tells me my memory isn't the best)

The CRT appears to work albeit displaying just noise but the LCD is displaying random characters and beeping whenever you press a button and I as I no longer have a use for it I have no enthusiasm to investigate what's up.

So if you would like it is offered FoC, it weighs just shy of 10kg and so packing will possibly take it over this.

If you would like it then you are welcome to collect from the CB6 area of Cambridgeshire (social distance rules apply of course) or I would consider shipping if you want it that much. This will be in the region of 13 depending on how much the packing weighs and if I have to use new materials like polystyrene sheet.

Please do not turn this thread into a discussion on shipping methods.

If more than one interested I'll pick a name after a few days

Regards

James
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Old 25th May 2020, 12:17 pm   #2
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Hello James
I would like to offer a good home to the Promax MC-944. I am sure this instrument would have been very useful in fault finding the RF output fault on my TV pattern generator. As I live far away from you the instrument would have to be posted and I am more than willing to cover all costs. However if someone more local can pick the instrument up and save you the hassle in packing and sending the instrument please give them first choice.
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Old 27th May 2020, 2:06 am   #3
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I'd be interested, live in CB23 so you're close.

PM me please.
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Old 28th May 2020, 7:36 pm   #4
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Hi James.

May I also express an interest please?


Cheers. SimonT.
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Old 29th May 2020, 3:21 pm   #5
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Hello all

Thanks for the interest, the winner has been notified and the item is now taken subject to shipping. Sorry to everyone else

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