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I Can not find a manual for my Tasco NO P750 microscope,from 1984

I bought a microscope for my son age 7, at a garage sale. Everything including the hatchery, sea salt and brine shrimp were with it except for the owners manual. The box has the date 1984, about the year I got my first microscope myself, but I do not know if this was when it was made. It's a Tasco 750 Power Microscope with Discovery Kit 75x,300x,750x.

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  • clairlalor Feb 13, 2009

    need manuel for kids tasco microscope 900 zoom thanks 

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    I need a manual for a Tasco 900x zoom microscope

  • Guest Jul 04, 2013

    This is almost the exact problem i have, and I've looked everywhere online to see if I could find one! It's ridiculous!

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Hi,
I have a instruction book....I can photocopy it for you if you wish

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Call tasco 1-800-423-3537 and ask for one.

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Well I've got one and wondering how much its worth.

Posted on Jun 28, 2010

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    i'm wondering how much its worth

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Also need manuel

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