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Offline dorkshoei

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Anyone else own a Z-TEST troubleshooter?
« on: October 24, 2017, 04:05:24 am »
Curious if anyone else owns one of these?  Made by a Canadian company called Z-Test.   It was released in the US under the Fluke brand but in Canada under the Z-Test brand in the early 1990s.   Basically a more advanced version of the BK Precision 860 out-of-circuit/in-circuit tester.   

I have one of the Z-Test TM3000 versions.   Supposedly there were later TM-3028 and TM-3064 versions but the only information I can find on these two later versions is a scanned service manual.     Z-Test are nominally still in business, but doing something totally different.  Their reply when asked for help was pretty much; we're glad to hear you're using this 20yo old stuff, now please go away ;-)

Curious if anyone has more info on these later 3028/3064 models,  or even owns one.

IF ANYONE HAS ANY PARTS I'D LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU (please private message me).  I'm looking for the Interface Buffer (approx 8"x8"x1" sized box) that plugs into the side of the main unit.   Until I can find one,  the main unit (pictured below) is basically just a doorstop.


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Offline dorkshoei

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Re: Anyone else own a Z-TEST troubleshooter?
« Reply #1 on: December 18, 2020, 05:56:05 pm »
Bump.  Still hoping to find others who have one of these or parts for them.

If you have one of these units or have info on them I'd love to talk.  Please  click here to send me a PM
 


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