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After turning height gage the display turn to 8888

Mitutoyo 18' height gage code no. 192-606. Yes I know its old. It has a 3 AA battery system. I really need a parts list, can' find one any where. Can you help me?

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Yes I have a parts list. send me a fax nuber and I can send you a copy. Bad news though a lot of the parts are discontinued.

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  • JAmie Keene Jan 10, 2009

    Yes I have a parts list. send me a fax nuber and I can send you a copy. Bad news though a lot of the parts are discontinued. pcr1@rochester.rr.com

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