LF: Tektronix Model 31 Info AVL: Olivetti Programma 101parts/docs

From: Dave Dunfield <dave04a_at_dunfield.com>
Date: Wed Dec 29 22:12:56 2004

At 23:21 29/12/2004 +0000, you wrote:
>> Hi Guys,
>> Just picked up an Tektronix Model 31 desktop calculator. This is a
>> fairly old (early 70s) desktop programmable with built in tape storage
>> and printer.
>> Looking for information/documenation on it - all I got was the bare
>> unit (which looks to be in good shape).
>It's not much, but somewhere I have the service manual for the 4661
>plotter that was used with this machine. I think at least I could get you
>a pinout of the I/O connector if that's of any interest.

Thanks Tony,

If you already have it scanned, I would love a copy, however don't go to the
effort of copying it just yet if you have not already done so. I am unlikely
to actually use the I/O port in the near future...

Btw, checked it over this afternoon and applied power - came right up and
everything seems to work - even figured out how to write (and run) a short
program on it!

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