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Have a Honeywell chart recorder which requires a replacement chart motor (chart recorder does not work with a faulty motor) Part retails for $200 (cost is probably about $20..but that is another issue) So not a huge item, relatively small and easy to replace.Replacement motor has a lead time of..wait for it...6 to 8 weeks (remember chart recorder does not work without this item) 6 to 8 weeks...

really. Cannot believe that in this day of instant communication and easy travel that it takes a suppoesedly modern company 6 to 8 weeks to manufacture a spare part. What do they do hand make every part. They are a joke.

Would be better off installing someone else's recorder.Definitely do NOT recommend.

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