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Old 12-30-2010, 12:33 PM
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hunter dsp 8500 NEED HELP

Sorry for reposting Wrong area the first time I am techno dinosaur. I have a hunter dsp 8500 and need to calibrate it. The local hunter rep wants $135 to teach me how to do it. ( i just need the procedure i dont need the teaching).
If anyone has a copy it would be greatly appreciated. Please send to . Thanks in advance

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I can email you the entire manual with the cal prodedure if you want it. Do you have the calibration weight (looks like a piece of bar stock, threaded on one end)

Tim 908 334 4561
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I know the original poster won't get this but damn that $135 doesn't seem like a lot of money for a little education. Having the tech rep come out you learn a LOT more than simply pushing a few buttons to calibrate your machine. There will be questions and stuff brought up you never thought about. Get that tech out and learn something.

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