Contacting IBI?

mullen at SMALL3.jsei.ucla.edu mullen at SMALL3.jsei.ucla.edu
Sat Oct 26 17:46:13 EST 1996


In article <54qs8e$2m5q at news.doit.wisc.edu>, <trichmon at students.wisc.edu> writes:
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> From: trichmon at students.wisc.edu (Todd Richmond)
> Newsgroups: bionet.molbio.methds-reagnts
> Subject: Contacting IBI?
> Date: Fri, 25 Oct 96 17:09:22 GMT
> Organization: UW-Madison Dept of Botany
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> We're having a bit of a problem and I'm wondering if any one else has 
> experienced similar difficulties.  About 5 years ago, we ordered an IBI 3000 
> volt power supply, which at the time was part of Eastman Kodak Company. The 
> power supply is broken and we'd like to get the schematics so the local 
> experts on campus can fix it.  However, it seems that Kodak has sold the IBI 
> division to another company, Bridge Technologies.  All attempts to contact 
> Bridge Technologies have been unsucessful.  The only contact information we 
> have is a voice mail number and none of the multiple messages we have left 
> have been answered.  Does anyone have any leads on how to contact IBI or 
> Bridge Technologies?
> 
> Thanks in advance,
> 
> Todd
> 
> 
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> Todd Richmond                  trichmon at students.wisc.edu
> B129 Birge Hall                UW-Madison Dept of Botany      
> 
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	Lynne Mullen
	UCLA




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