Tesa-hite 350 Gage Display Replacement

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BillR.

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I have a Tesa-hite 350 gage and the display is missing some of the characters, has anyone else had this problem, and if so, how do you replace the display?
 
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Marc

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#2
Have you contacted the manufacturer? That will probably be the first place to start with for something like that.
 

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I *assume* the manufacturer doesn't do repairs since you have spoken with them about it, but maybe you can get a parts list from them. It may be an off the shelf part you can buy.
 
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BillR.

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I tried that also!!!!!!!Brown and Sharpe is telling me they don't make any parts for this Tesa anymore and that I will have to buy a brand new one.... Thats why i am trying to see if anyone might have any ideas.:cfingers:
 

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Bummer... I figured they would at least be able to give you an OEM part number from their parts list or something.
 
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I believe the display is integrated into the computer so it probably doesn't have it's own part number. Your best bet (other then asking about a trade in / upgrade?) is to try and find another unit but with a damaged column and working electronics.

This is an especially big issue when talking about a used CMM.
 
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If you are located on the continental U.S.,you might be able to find a gage repair house that has some used parts or knows where to get used parts for older devices. I often use a gage repair shop in Maine called Mainely Gage that I have had some luck with getting older devices repaired. The owners name is Tom Hill, the phone number is (207) 698-5107. He is retired and works part time and doesn't always answer the phone, but I find that he can often find and repair things that others might not want to bother with if you have a little time and patience and he is very reasonable.
 
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