There are no service manuals for Oce production machines. You need a special Notes database licensed by Oce and special sw tools also licensed by Oce. And they wont give them to you unless you are certified. Shit I work for them and they wont give them to me.
Kronical speaks the truth. The production machines have no service mode like we're used to; all simulations, counter changes and input/output tests are done with a laptop networked to machine. You need one license just to download and view the manuals and a separate license to dial into the machine to do the work. There are no PDFs, as the manual is laid out almost like a website - the index links to various other pages that, in turn, link to others, but there's no scrolling through a 2000 page document like with other manuals.
Techs are only given access to machines they're trained on. I could d/l the stuff for the 2090, C900 and 6250 families, but nothing else. If I was delisted from a machine for some odd reason, at my next update or visit to the Oce website to get bulletins, that model would be wiped from my computer.