Many practitioners put off the maintenance of their equipment due to the high cost of service and the long periods of time that a poor quality loaner instrument must be used while waiting for the instrument to come back. This paper deals with a step-by-step process to overhaul your own instruments and save all that time and money. It will allow the average practitioner to service his own equipment and keep it in top-operating condition.
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