[sebhc] LF: H10 reader/punch documentation

Dave Dunfield dave04a at dunfield.com
Thu Jun 30 21:18:23 CDT 2005

At 17:47 30/06/2005 -0500, you wrote:
>> I'd really like to find a scan of the manual ... how big is 
>> it? Can I talk you into bumping it up the priority list, or 
>> perhaps I could borrow and scan it?
>There are two manuals - Assembly is about 75 pages, Operation is about 25
>pages plus the attendant "Pictorial Booklets" and schematics. I'll try to
>copy the Ops manual and pictorials tomorrow so I can scan them over the
>weekend. I'll do both hi-res and low-res scans in acknowledgement of your
>dial-up connection!

Hi Jack,

Thanks - that would be MUCH appreciated!

I have occational access to a high-speed connection again, so don't
spend too much time making a tiny one just for me... I want this one
bad enough that I will find a way to get it!

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