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What to do with a bad platter? 12 Jun 2001 10:16 #1772

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We pulled an old Eprad platter to replace it with a Christie. The Eprad was an unbelieveable piece of %$#@. It has a center coulumn so you can never move a print without getting it up on top and besides that it's still a piece of *&^%! So we are going to terminate the sucker even though it kept running for our first 6 years. I would not wish this thing on my competition. What else would you use a platter for? I was thinking: pottery studio?, nursery/greenhouse?, retail shop lazy Susan?.......what?

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Re: What to do with a bad platter? 12 Jun 2001 14:28 #1773

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You can always list it in the auctions for sale. Someone might like them and need one.
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Re: What to do with a bad platter? 12 Jun 2001 15:47 #1774

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Remember "Spin-Art"?
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Re: What to do with a bad platter? 12 Jun 2001 15:50 #1775

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Maybe the auction.... I don't know! I hate to do it to anyone who doesn't know an Eprad!

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Re: What to do with a bad platter? 13 Jun 2001 01:19 #1776

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Someone may need it for parts or repairs. Put it up for sale. If you have a manual for it, don't throw it away! Trying to get a manual from Eprad is impossible. Send a copy of it to film-tech for posting on the manuals page.


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