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Old 11-30-2009, 06:41 PM
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Post TENMA Model 72-320 Oscilloscope User Manual

I just recently dug out this old oscilloscope we had just sitting on a shelf at work, and it still functional as far as I can tell without doing further testing, even has the test leads still, just missing the manual... And I was wondering if anyone has a copy of the user guide/ manual for this model oscilloscope.....

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As your luck would have it, I just purchased this same scope from craigslist. I will pick it up sometime over the weekend. Let me know if you are still searching and I will scan the manual into a PDF.

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I am also looking for the same manual. I would also like a copy also if you are will to do it. thanks if advance Stephen
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As your luck would have it, I just purchased this same scope from craigslist. I will pick it up sometime over the weekend. Let me know if you are still searching and I will scan the manual into a PDF.

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Sorry for the late response, must have lost track of this thread.... anyway Shannon, if you do have a copy of the manual, I would be grateful if you could get me a copy of it....

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Shannon:

I too have a need for the Manual and Schematic for the Tenma 72-320 scope.

Thank you in advance.

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I left the manual at my parents house over the holidays. I will be traveling there this weekend, hopefully I can find it! I'll post it, assuming it hasn't been lost, when I return next week.

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thanks Shannon..... I'll appreciate it.

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The manual is here: http://www.spaceopera.org/tenma/model_72-320/

My copy of the manual is a photocopy, the quality of the scan isn't the best.

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The manual is here: http://www.spaceopera.org/tenma/model_72-320/

My copy of the manual is a photocopy, the quality of the scan isn't the best.
awesome, thanks. now are you going to do sections 4 through 7 also?? If not asking too much from you, since that is the part I needed to recalibrate and do some preventative maintenance on it..
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No problem at all. I've just finished scanning the entire manual. Be warned, the PDF is 32M in size. I scanned the schematics at 600dpi gray-scale. They look terrible on the monitor, however they should print fine.

If anyone needs higher quality scans of the schematics I can attempt 24bit, 1200dpi scans. But be advised, I have a (at least) 2nd generation copy of the manual. My source isn't that good, especially when the schematics are concerned.

The manual remains at http://www.spaceopera.org/tenma/model_72-320/

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