Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 1999/06/24

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Subject: [Leica] Re: --BULLETIN-- Y2K and Leica M bodies
From: Bill Erfurth <>
Date: Thu, 24 Jun 1999 11:02:46 -0700 (PDT)

I received this e-mail and thought it might be of
interest to other members of the LUG

> Greetings,
> Leica Camera today, yielded to pressure from it's
> customers and announced that it will check to make
> sure that all Leica M series camera bodies are Y2K
> Compliant at NO CHARGE to the owners.
> All M camera body owners need do is to bring or ship
> their M body to the Leica service center in Solms,
> Germany or your local service center or dealer and a
> certified Leica technician will check you M body and
> if necessary make the necessary adjustments to make
> sure that your M body is Y2K compliant.  This offer
> is
> good for any and all M series bodies, M2 through M6.
> There is NO CHARGE for this service.
> For those who choose to bring their M body to the
> Leica service center at Solms, Germany, Bier and
> pretzels will be made available while you wait.
> Be sure to have your M series body certified Y2K
> compliant so you can take photos with out worry on
> January 1, 2000
> Sincerely
> Your Leica Service Department
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