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    Re: Electrical Wire
    From: Ken Gebhart
    Date: 2004 Mar 25, 17:13 -0600

    on 3/25/04 5:26 AM, Robert Eno at enoid@NUNANET.COM wrote:
    > Hello Joel,
    > Do you have them as in for sale?  If so, how much for a front-surfaced
    > index mirror?
    > For some reason, my Plath came with a rear-surfaced index mirror although
    > it does not seem to detract from the accuracy of my beloved sextant.
    > I have spare Plath bulbs but the idea of having an LED is intriguing,
    > especially considering the cost of lithium batteries.
    > Robert
    >> I have Plath bulbs and NEW front surfaced index mirrors. Currently out of
    >> horizon mirrors.
    >> Joel Jacobs
    >> ----- Original Message -----
    >> From: "Robert Eno" 
    >> To: 
    >> Sent: Thursday, March 25, 2004 8:41 AM
    >> Subject: Re: Electrical Wire
    >>> If you can locate an LED with the same configuration as a Plath Bulb,
    > do
    >> let
    >>> me know.
    >>> Robert
    >>> ----- Original Message -----
    >>> From: "Geoff Butt" 
    >>> To: 
    >>> Sent: Wednesday, March 24, 2004 12:53 PM
    >>> Subject: Re: Electrical Wire
    >>>> With respect to battery life:  has anyone tried converting the bulb
    > to
    >> an
    >>>> LED?
    > -------------------
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    Hello again, its been a long time since we spoke. You might want to know
    that the Astra IIIB index mirror (Deluxe model) is the same size mirror as
    Tamaya, Plaths (both), and Freiberger.  They are front surfaced and list for
    Ken Gebhart

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