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Old 10th Apr 2024, 3:08 pm   #1
DixieDean
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Default Crypton Tuning Machine

Hi All,

I'm new to this forum and only found this by chance seeing some people discussing these old Crypton Tuning Machines.

By the looks of some of the threads there looks to be some knowledgeable folk on here and hoping someone may be able to offer some reassurance on the following which I'm asking on behalf of my Dad.

So the last machine he had was a 335 which broke down a few years ago so. Was a shame to see tbh. But last week out of the blue we managed to source a mint condition 336 model in full working order.

The question his if anyone has had a similar experience, Can he just plug this service scope module into the newer machine? There is a place on the chip board inside to take it but he's terrified to do it even tho it all looks the same. My advice was oh just go for it Dad but it's not like there's many of these around anymore.

Anyway thanks for reading, know this is proper random and about as niche as it gets but worth a try.

Finally I have attached photo's so hopefully thats worked.
Cheers.
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