Tek 4115B out there

From: Vintage Computer Festival <vcf_at_siconic.com>
Date: Sun Aug 15 04:27:14 2004

On Sat, 14 Aug 2004, Loboyko Steve wrote:

> I have one of these, unused(!) from a gov't auction (a spare, I think).
> I played with it a little, and then it stopped working but it might have
> been something I screwed up with a DIP switch. I have the entire unit
> with keyboard, manuals, etc; in storage, one of the caster legs broke.
> If someone actually wants (parts) of this, I would trade/sell it for a
> little more than shipping (it's really big and its impossible to ship
> the monitor or whole thing); otherwise, I was planning of getting rid of
> all of it in the fall. It has no 8" drives, just the housing. Wow-it's
> an incredible, overdesigned machine, with a fairly interesting automatic
> convergence system. For what it does, it's too large for me!


Please don't just pitch it. I'm sure someone will want it, and it *can*
be shipped. You just need to be shown the way.

Contact me for enlightenment...

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