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Old 03-19-2007, 11:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Question Montego Bay 2400 manual & review

Hello. 1st time poster to this forum. I recently inherited a Montego Bay 2400 ( Model:MB2400 Canopy) and I am looking for any info on this bed. If anyone knows where I could obtain a user/instructional manual, I would certainly appreciate it. This bed was in working order when I picked it up ie: fans, bulbs, timer, everything checked out ok. Can you still purchase bulbs for this bed? I would also appreciate reviews from you all on this particular model?

Manufacturer date is 1990. Do I need a Buck Booster?

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PC Marketing is the Mfr 800-327-8826 (they're on the east coast). Is this unit in your home? If so, you need to buck the primary voltage down to 220v on single phase (residential voltage here in Colorado is around 240v). You can find lamps from just about any and every tanning disty out there. Hope this helps. Good luck. -Z
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I'm sorry - I don't have any change. hehe Good luck. Please come back whenever you want for help. -Belvy
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Re: Montego Bay 2400 manual & review

Is there anyone here that can possibly tell me how to replace the bulbs on a Montego Bay MB 2400 commercial model. I have the acrylic loose on the side with the strip you take off, but it is so tight on the other side that I can't pull it out. I have tried to buy a manual with no results. I hate to throw it away. I want to swap the bulbs to be sure they are the problem before I buy more. Also, I need a price on new bulbs if you have them in stock here. Thanks for any help.

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