Oce keeps a tight lid on their svc manuals. To effectively work on the 900 you have to use the manual and service tooling called sds to connect via laptop - both password protected. With only the manual you'll never be able to clear codes or access sds to turn motors check sensors/clutches etc. I workded on it for 5 yrs and dont know why youd ever want to touch the beast. For a tech to even find the manual theyd have to do somersaults to find it....they're numbered with no particular scheme. Hardly worth the trouble.
Oce manuals are tightly controlled. They are all in the form of Lous Notes Data bases and require passwords that expire every 12 months. In addition you also need the SDS client program and a laptop. There are no secret codes or diagnostics on the machines themselves, everything runs through lotus and SDS on the laptop. It is impossible to service any of the newer Oce machines including the ones you mentioned without Lotus, SDS and a Laptop.
Regarding your inquiry for Oce VP2110 manual. You have to be certified by Oce, who will then configure your laptop with Lotus Notes. Once this is done you need to go into the DigiDoc file on the equipment you are trained on and replicate. This will then put the manual on your Lotus home page where you can then access all information needed to diagnose problem with your machine. Remember, you have to connect your laptop to the Dell imager through a usb to ethernet adapter and go into sds client. All manuals are electronic and protected by licenses. I was an Oce tech for thirteen years and have been unemployed for the last year and a half.