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[filmscanners] RE: LS2000 dead

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  • Subject: [filmscanners] RE: LS2000 dead
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  • Date: Tue, 2 Sep 2003 16:54:28 +1000
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"Les Berkley" <wogears@fast.net> wrote:
> Anyone know what the repair cost is on one of these?
> Is replacement a better option? If the latter, any
> thoughts on the best unit to replace it?

The fault sounds very similar to what happened to my LS30.  The focussing
mechanism was jammed.  I don't know what the repair costs would be in other
countries, but mine cost about AUD$500 to repair.  That's about US$325.
 I don't think you'd buy a decent replacement for that much.


How do you know if you never try?
(Rob Geraghty 25 June 2002)

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