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OLi

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I rarely use them but we had a couple for that, one was busted during tested with the number:
161280 20536-01 on it, anybody have something likely prehistoric like that he got no use for?
I would be interested.


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I rarely use them but we had a couple for that, one was busted during tested with the number:
161280 20536-01 on it, anybody have something likely prehistoric like that he got no use for?
I would be interested.



I'd be interested in knowing what the 161280 20536-01 is?  I can't find it in any of my BN materials.
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It's on the sticker on the sensor I thought it was a part number but it may be old.....
I get a photo. We could not find any info either so that's why I ask. It's been used by
3 generations so.

I got the extension cable number 20531-01

I tried to work less that week and I actually did that so now I have things to do but I have the photo and
will upload as soon as i can.

 

 


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It's on the sticker on the sensor I thought it was a part number but it may be old.....
I get a photo. We could not find any info either so that's why I ask. It's been used by
3 generations so.


Did you get the photo?
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