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Re: Sebring -- Tritium / Radium *PIC*
In Response To: Sebring -- Tritium / Radium ()

: Both of these are the earlier models; compare location of the
: pushers between the earlier models and the later models (as
: shown below -- earlier one on the left).

: In your posting, regarding the one on the right, with no
: "T" marking -- simplest explanation is that the dial
: uses radium; Gieger counter would be the way to check that. Also
: possible that the "T" marking was inadvertently left
: off the dial, but that seems less likely.

: Pass the Geiger counter over the timer and let us know what
: happens.

: Thanks for your posting,

: Jeff

: ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

This is the one that I have and it has no mark (or whatever it is) at that spot. So I suspect that it is not an inadvertent thing.

I am trying to find out more information about this as I would like to sell it.


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