Date: Mon, 25 Apr 2011 19:37:39 -0700
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From: Biosigns <biosigns83642**At_Symbol_Here**YAHOO.COM>
Subject: Miran 1B2

Hi All,I=A0am working with a client and we have discovered a Foxboro 
Analytical Model Miran 1B2 Ambient Air Analyzer in a storage closet.=A0 
It appears to=A0 be complete except for the filter.=A0 It was due for ca
libration in 2000.=A0 Yes, you read that right - 11 years ago.My q
uestion to the list is:=A0 Does anybody know if this piece of equipment can
 still be calibrated / repaired / maintained / etc.?=A0 Would it be wort
h the client's while to get it back into running condition and sell it o
r should they just junk it?=A0 Their emergency response team has no one 
trained to use this, nor do thye really want to have their people traine
d to such a high level that they would need this (they want a "see the s
pill, notify, evacuate" level).=A0 Thanks,WendySaving one
 pet won't change the world, but it will surely change the world for tha
t one pet. 

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