[Histonet] Leica 2030 digital counter

MariAnn.Mailhiot <@t> leica-microsystems.com MariAnn.Mailhiot <@t> leica-microsystems.com
Sun Jan 16 16:04:21 CST 2011

Hi Marti

I have some bad news, the digital counter can't be fixed. Leica has also
stopped making any parts for the RM2000 family. The RM 2030 microtome was a
excellent microtome to use in histology lab. Unfortunately is has reached
the end of its life. Reichert did start making the RM2000 family of
microtomes in the early nineties.

The RM2030 and the Leitz 1512 where my most favorite of the older groups of
microtomes. Alas, I must move on to the new and improved versions of

Kind Regards

Mari Ann Mailhiot BA HT ASCP
Application Specialist/Trainer
Leica Microsystems
Biosystems Division
Technical Assistance Center
800 248 0123 x7841
847 236 3063 fax
mari.ann.mailhiot <@t> leica-microsystems.com

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Hello all:

Does anyone know how to fix a microtome digital counter?  My counter on
my microtome keeps increasing  and displaying  random numbers  upon
each  microtome cut.   Does this mean I have to change out a battery or
that something is in need of maintenance? Any suggestions?

Thanks for your help in advance.

Kind regards,
Marti Morales-Ensign

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