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I got an email today from InspectorPro Insurance asking for feedback from some questions, among them being what are the benefits and limitations of spectroscopes.  Do any of you guys use a spectroscope?  And if so, what for?  Can it tell you anything about the flame in a gas appliance?  I've never heard of any home inspector using anything like this.

There's a little itching in the back of my brain that's telling me that they really mean borescope.  But I thought I'd ask, because if a spectroscope would really come in handy that would be awfully cool.

Steve

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