Talk:Vital Data on Scientology Meters
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"End of life" tends to be a curious term. Most problems can be trouble-shot and fixed. "Non-repairable" would have to be a major problem, like having been run over by a truck. Otherwise, most "old" parts can usually be second-sourced, or find a work-around.
It would also be nice to have a peer review by auditors, as to which meters are better, and why.
Lastly, is there a need for a new meter to be designed? (Or is there one available that works well at a reasonable cost, and is good enough for the full spectrum of work?)