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OpticPro A360 bulb replacement

Posted on 2012-03-16
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Client has this scanner with bad lamp. I've done a bunch of searches, but so many sites come up under a search and then produce zero usable results. Does anyone know of a reputible site that would have the lamp for this scanner?

Plustek OpticPro A360

A site with instructions on the replacement would be a nice bonus. Thank you.
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Joe Winograd, EE MVE 2015&2016 earned 500 total points
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These folks sell consumables for Plustek scanners:
http://www.1st-in-scanners.com/consumables.html

Lamps are considered part of consumables, so it's worth an email or phone call:

Sales@1st-in-Scanners.com
800-886-6233 or 603-647-1402

They carry the Plustek OpticPro A320, which is the successor to the A360, so there's a decent chance you can get the lamp here, but I don't know for sure. Regards, Joe
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