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Subject: 78-5500
By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.205.114)
Date: 07/11/2010 10:03:57 pm PDT
How do I get parts for the 78-5500? What model replaced the 78-5500? djensen17@cox.net


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Subject: Re: parts list
By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.166.223)
In Reply to: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.106.10) (Original Message)
Date: 11/13/2010 10:05:31 am PDT
>the 78-5500 that I just bought at a thrift store came with the following (and the instruction manual says that this everything):
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>2X barlow Image magnifier
>1.5X image erector
>sun lens
>5 mm eyepiece
>10 mm eyepiece
>15 mm eyepiece
>
>as soon as I get the manual scanned in, I can send it to you

I see this is an old post, but I'm looking for this manual too. If you still have it please send it. Thanks.


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Subject: Re: parts list
By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.193.235)
In Reply to: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.106.10) (Original Message)
Date: 04/04/2011 07:55:36 am PDT
>the 78-5500 that I just bought at a thrift store came with the following (and the instruction manual says that this everything):
>
>2X barlow Image magnifier
>1.5X image erector
>sun lens
>5 mm eyepiece
>10 mm eyepiece
>15 mm eyepiece
>
>as soon as I get the manual scanned in, I can send it to you


Is it possible to get a copy of hte scanned manual?

Thanks,

Ron
rpribyl@atpamerica.com


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Subject: model 78-5500
By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.5.27)
Date: 05/04/2011 04:25:17 am PDT
I would appreciate it if anyone could please send me a copy of the manuel as well. Can't find it anywhere. email address is ammo1738@yahoo.com. Thanks!!


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Subject: Re: parts list
By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.6.250)
In Reply to: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.106.10) (Original Message)
Date: 05/16/2011 04:15:19 pm PDT
>the 78-5500 that I just bought at a thrift store came with the following (and the instruction manual says that this everything):
>
>2X barlow Image magnifier
>1.5X image erector
>sun lens
>5 mm eyepiece
>10 mm eyepiece
>15 mm eyepiece
>
>as soon as I get the manual scanned in, I can send it to you

I, too, would be interested in the manual. Thanks so much! jennuren@yahoo.com


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Subject: Re: parts list
By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.44.171)
In Reply to: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.106.10) (Original Message)
Date: 06/05/2012 04:56:11 am PDT
>the 78-5500 that I just bought at a thrift store came with the following (and the instruction manual says that this everything):
>
>2X barlow Image magnifier
>1.5X image erector
>sun lens
>5 mm eyepiece
>10 mm eyepiece
>15 mm eyepiece
>
>as soon as I get the manual scanned in, I can send it to you

Wow, I also am in the situation; bought the scope used and knowing it did not include info. I am new to this great form of entertainment/hobby/pastime. I'm very excited to get started but know little of astronomy other than the iPod apps I've been collecting.
If you would, would you consider sending me a manual?
Thanks in advance for your consideration in this.
Fauxpology@gmail.com
Paul G (new, budding astronomer)


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Subject: Re: parts list
By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.44.171)
In Reply to: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.107.50) (Original Message)
Date: 06/05/2012 05:02:34 am PDT
>>the 78-5500 that I just bought at a thrift store came with the following (and the instruction manual says that this everything):
>>
>>2X barlow Image magnifier
>>1.5X image erector
>>sun lens
>>5 mm eyepiece
>>10 mm eyepiece
>>15 mm eyepiece
>>
>>as soon as I get the manual scanned in, I can send it to you
>
>Could you send me a copy of the manual also. I just got the telescope from a friend -- but no instructions! Thanks.

Would you please consider emailing me a copy, also?
Just bought it knowing the info would not be included. I am so excited to begin what I feel is a truly wondrous hobby! So far I'm limited to the moon, which alone is ├╝ber cool! Also the Golden Gate Bridge, no complaints there, but it wears thin after a bit.
Many thanks in advance for your considering sending.
fauxpology@gmail.com
Paul G (a very appreciative and new astronomer)


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