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I recently bought an Aqua Meter Track-N-Tack on Ebay. I need to get ahold of the company but all contact info listed on the Intruction Sheet seems to be out of date. Can anybody out there help with contact info?

Thanks Ron in Reno
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I think Danforth bought up Aquameter, but I'm not really sure. Might be worth a call.
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Actually I think it was Rule Industries...and I think they own Danforth as well... but I wouldn't hold out much hope fot Tic-Tack support. Guess and e-mail couldn't hurt.
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