Re: vacutome

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The first thing  to check in both of these cases is how long has it been 
since the instrument has been defrosted?    A total warm-up, cleaning, drying 
and cooldown.  It could as simple as ice in the lines.  Also, make sure the 
lines are clear of debris.  Let me know how this works.

Dawn M. Truscott
In a message dated 05/10/2000 3:56:04 PM Eastern Daylight Time, writes:

<< Subj:     RE: vacutome
 Date:  05/10/2000 3:56:04 PM Eastern Daylight Time
 From: (Jeff & Wanda Gray)
 To: (Atoska Gentry),
 Our only problem with the vacuum is that it doesn't turn off any more, but
 more of a noise nuisance than anything else It works, it just doesn't shut
 off when the head is up.  We use the Microm 505.
 Wanda Shotsberger
 -----Original Message-----
 From: Atoska Gentry []
 Sent: Tuesday, May 09, 2000 2:34 PM
 Subject: vacutome
 Anyone using either the cryojane or Microm  HM505EVP experiencing problems
 with the vacumm?  Please
 I need to hear from you ASAP.  Thanks, Atoska
 Atoska  S. Gentry B.S., HT(ASCP)
 Research Assistant II
 Scott-Ritchey RSCH Center
 Auburn University, AL  36849
 PH:   (334) 844-5579
 Fax:  (334) 844-5850 >>

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