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    Spectra physics Laser

    Hey guys. Just picked up a Spectra physics series 2000 model 2560 argon laser and was wondering if there is anything of value aside from the obvious metals maybe something that should be posted on eBay or kept. Thank in advance.


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    Any chance you could post a picture or two? We on the forum can usually be of better help if we can see exactly what the user is inquiring about.


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