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Ritchie Sims <[log in to unmask]>
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Hi

We've been offered a 1979 JEOL 733 probe, currently running 400 miles away, and I 
would be very interested in opinions as to the continuing viability of a 30-year-old 
instrument such as this. It has always been well-cared for, it has 3 WDS, no EDS, and a 
relatively modern 3rd-party interface and software setup.

cheers

Ritchie

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