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    Does anyone have or use a Mitutoyo 519-807 or a Brown and Sharp 1020 or 1021?
    Can't get any of mine to work. Don

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    Totally DOA or just some of the functions??

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    That's awfully odd. Any chance you may have gotten a bad batch of batteries?

    - Leigh

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    Brown & Sharpe Box-Miyutoyo Box-Battery from B&S-Probe-Probe style I need for B&S. Don
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    I need a battery and a probe.

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    So due think it is a battery problem, or something more sincerer? If leaning toward badness, I would be willing to take look at one of the units. I am quiet good revers engineering and electronic trouble shooting plus it floats my boat. I can give a reference if your considering it.

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    Given a comment like "I can't get any of mine to work" you tend to look for a common cause.

    The only one that comes to mind is batteries.

    - Leigh

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    The Mitutoyo unit does not have batteries. Plugs directly into 110. The B&S units take a battery that I posted a picture of. I need a source for this battery. 12 volt. Don

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    Please define "I can't get any of mine to work".

    That is far too little information to make a meaningful inquiry.

    Without considerable additional information I'll be forced to lock the thread as a meaningless question.

    PM is not an internet version of "20 questions".

    - Leigh

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    You are right Leigh. The B&S units need new batteries. Looking for a source.
    The Mitutoyo unit does not have batteries.
    I also need a probe for B&S units. Don

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    The battery in your photo looks like a put-together, possibly four 3-volt lithium cells in series, or 8 N calls (1.5 volt).
    I'm sure battery vendor could make one for you. I'm not aware of any already built in that configuration.

    I looked at Mouser and Digi-Key (two major electronic suppliers) and neither had anything remotely similar.

    What's the diameter of the cardboard tube? Can you determine the diameter of the cells themselves?

    Re the Mitutoyo unit...
    Is the plug-in power supply present and not working, or is it missing? There are dozens of different configurations.

    - Leigh
    Last edited by The real Leigh; 03-31-2013 at 02:19 PM.

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    I have the B&S probe you need and another you may want. I have the pencil probe you pictured but also a test indicator type probe that goes in the same port as the pencil probe. If you have both A/B ports on your amplifier you can have both probes plugged in and ready. With only one port you would have to swap the probes as needed.
    Before we go too far though let's make sure your amplifier fires up. PM me if the probes are of interest to you.

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    Peddler- PM sent. Don


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