They have been real work horses for us.
> One of our libraries is having trouble with their TapeChek 460 and is
> wondering if the problem is wear and tear or operator error.
> They have had the machine since 1994 and it gets heavy use. We have two
> 470's here and have experienced only one problem, but haven't had them
> as long or used them as hard as the library in question. Have any of you
> folk who are using a 400 model Tape Chek experienced any machine problems
> that you could diagnose as the machine showing its' age or just "wearing
> out"? I am not talking about cleaning tissue or burnishing blade
> replacements, but more serious or repeated mechanical failures.
> Thank you for any feedback.
> B. Rhodes
> Audiovisual Consultant
> Northeast Texas Library System
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