I have both paper and pdf Service Manuals, the paper one being original.
Both have the part number as 111. The paper manual was revised April 1984,
but the exploded mechanical diagram shows revision Sept 1983. The pdf
version manual was revised March 1985, but its exploded mechanical diagram
also shows revision Sept 1983. Not only was the change over a short
time-frame, since your manual is dated earlier than either of mine it seems
odd that your part number should be larger.
I have come to believe that Tektronix Manuals are, by and large, the "Holy
Grail", but it seems that changes were made and only documented as
revisions. I had a similar oddity with my 4623A mainframe, which I can't get
a fully complying Manual for. Caveat Emptor, I suppose.
From: TekScopes@... [mailto:TekScopes@...]
Sent: 27 January 2016 22:35
Subject: RE: [TekScopes] WTB 7A18A pop-out shaft coupling
It is Item 113 in the 4329 manual revision March 1983, which is the Artek
scan I have. Weird that they would have changed it at all in that short
On Wed, January 27, 2016 1:23 pm, 'Colin Herbert'
colingherbert@... [TekScopes] wrote:
I think he has the right part and part-number, according to my Service