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    Anyone want to help me out with "part numbers"?

    I need to order some new drops for my FAS-DPD test, but I forgot to check the numbers on the bottles before I left for work this morning, and I want to make sure I get the right stuff . I need the drops. Also, a new little test container wouldn't hurt too, so if anyone knows what its part number is, that would be great.

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    Re: Anyone want to help me out with "part numbers"?

    Can't help with the cylinder, but the number on the FAS-DPD reagent is R-0871.
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    Re: Anyone want to help me out with "part numbers"?

    Here's a full list at Taylor: http://taylortechnologies.com/products_resultsII.asp
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    Re: Anyone want to help me out with "part numbers"?

    You can find the cylinder on tftestkits.net under kit hardware. No part numbers were listed for the two they had. Hope this helps.
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    Re: Anyone want to help me out with "part numbers"?

    Do we have ANY idea what test kit OP is referring to?? The FAS/DPD reagent can only be one item but the first question is "What test kit?", I think.
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    Re: Anyone want to help me out with "part numbers"?

    Okay, you guys got me covered on my drops. As soon as I read R-0871 I was like DUH! The cylinder I am wanting to replace is the one you use to do the drop test. Sorry. Creating a summer league softball schedule has my brain completely fried today.

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    Re: Anyone want to help me out with "part numbers"?

    Yes! Thanks leebo!

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