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#3

"This forum is for discussion of HP calculators including usage, repairs, sources of replacement parts, general information etc."

"Please use the HP Calculator Ads section for "for sale" and "wanted" ads."


#4

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"This forum is for discussion of HP calculators including usage, repairs, sources of replacement parts, general information etc."

"Please use the HP Calculator Ads section for "for sale" and "wanted" ads."


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#5

Just guessing, but I think he deleted because of the second response.

d;-)


#6

Or maybe he was deleted by the great RPN calculator god in the sky. ;)

#7

Lacking a serial number will make a sale difficult, as it's not impossible to fake a red dot (it's rather easy) - but impossible to fake a serial number label of a red dot.


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