Where did I get the SWCC manual?

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  1. joeZy

    joeZy Registered User

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    I have 15 fairly high resolution *.jpg photos of the early manual dated 1945. I want to know where I got them. H. Weiland is stamped on the pages.
    joeZy
     
  2. joeZy

    joeZy Registered User

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    I have 15 fairly high resolution *.jpg photos of the early manual dated 1945. I want to know where I got them. H. Weiland is stamped on the pages.
    joeZy
     
  3. jparker

    jparker Guest

    I would not know where they came from, however I would be interested in getting a copy. Would you mail me a copy? Thanks Jim
     
  4. joeZy

    joeZy Registered User

    Apr 6, 2003
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    Jim, I would need your email address. I hesitate distributing these without a reference. Maybe someone will come up with one before I send them out. The entire file is about 3 meg.
    I know they must not be hard to find on the internet if I found them. :)
    joeZy
     
  5. BILL KAPP

    BILL KAPP Registered User

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    Retired Law enforcement/Investor
    Arroyo Grande, Ca
    Hi guys,
    Henry has a website where he posted a lot of this type of information. I can't remember the address and I am surprised he didn't reply to this post, but I have found it in the past using google and typing self winding clock as the key words.
    I just followed my own advice. see if this helps
    http://electric-clocks.com/SWCC/
    Happy hunting

    bill kapp
     
  6. joeZy

    joeZy Registered User

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    Hi Bill, Thanks for the information. That is the place I got my pages. I now don't have to distribute what I have but simply refer people to Henry Weiland's web site.
    joeZy
     

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