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Project Warder
01-08-2007, 01:49 AM
Hey all,

Thought it would be a nice idea to put together a list of free and useful Service Manual / Other useful resource websites that people have discovered. I know that sometimes you dont have the time to wait for somebody else to scrounge around for that elusive manual or driver.

One that has been posted and referred before, which i find quite useful is Feedroller (http://www.feedroller.com)

I just came across Windows Drivers Downloads | www.nodevice.com (http://www.nodevice.com) which seems to have a rather large database of manuals and drivers and anything else you need. Just found out its a paysite :( Ah well, still would be handy for those who can pay, or who can get their company to pay. ^.^

I had a few more, but my bookmarks have been lost over the holidays.

Even if its a pay site, i suppose there are people who aren't as cheap as me and will pay, so bring em on!

Cheers guys,
Project Warder

04-13-2007, 09:31 AM
Hello All,

Some other places to try are: (Free!)
COPIER PROFESSIONALS FREE Toshiba, Ricoh, Canon, Sharp, Minolta, Konica, and Other COPIER DRIVERS, MANUALS, SOFTWARE, SERVICE BULLETINS (http://copierprofessionals.com/) - needs a login
Electronics : Service Manual free download,schematics,datasheets,eeprom bins,pcb,repair info for test equipment and electronics (http://www.eserviceinfo.com/browse.php?id=26) - a few copier manuals and a very handy universal error code pdf! Also pc, laptop and many other different product manuals.
all Service Manual free download,schematics,datasheets,eeprom bins,pcb,repair info for test equipment and electronics (http://www.eserviceinfo.com/downloadsm/22486/_all.html) - all copier error code pdf.
Otherwise feedroller is a great resource for many different products.

And onto the charge sites...
Copier Printer Service Manuals (http://www.techmediacd.com) - sell cds & dvds with manuals
Just Manuals (http://www.justmanuals.com/) & Manuals 4 You - Copier-Printer-Fax Manuals etc (http://www.manuals4you.com/) - heaps
Service Manuals - Copier, Printer, Fax Service Manuals - Copier, (http://tech-manuals.net/service-manuals-c-21.html) - dont know much about this site
and that wraps it up try a google serach for any other places

04-13-2007, 03:42 PM
You'd be surprised what's available online for free. All you need is the time and inclination to search for it. I have 2 sites.
Manuals 4 You - Copier-Printer-Fax Manuals etc (http://www.manuals4you.com) and Just Manuals (http://www.justmanuals.com)
The first site is manily for pros who want full disks of manuals by manufacturer or type. When you buy a CD there, if you need a few files before the disks arrive in the mail, I can send them to you online at no extra charge. Just a little extra service I provide to my customers.
On the other site, justmanuals.com this is the site for when you need a manual and you need it now! The site is totally self running, after payment, you immediately get your links to download the file.
All of the files on this site are fairly priced at no higher than $10.79 each. This price includes the Parts AND The Service manual in 1 file it it is available, 90% of the files are parts and service. If it is only the service manual it will say so in the title. Other sellers sell the parts and service manuals separately AND at higher prices than mine. Each month there is one manufacturer's files that are on sale for $9.99. Currently we are running a 'Buy One Get One' coupon.
To use it just add at least 2 items to your cart, go to checkout and use the code '1005' in the coupon box, you will be charged for 1 manual but get links for 2 manuals. This coupon can only be used once per person and is valid for the month of April 2007. We also have online chat if you need help right away.
The difference between the other sites and myself is that I am a printer tech. I'm certified on HP, Lexmark, Xerox and A+ certified.
In another life I was a Plumber. I also provide answers to questions on the different message boards and generally help out where I can.


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