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05-13-2008, 03:29 PM
A few days ago any search conducted using terms - RISO and Risograph - did not return complete, new posts, or any posts I have viewed since 02/01/08.

Is anyone else having this issue? I have issued a problem ticket to the administrators.


>>> I have just checked, and this thread is not searchable using terms RISO or Risograph <<<

>>> 14:15 05/13 Here is an example of a link that is no longer searchable - http://www.copytechnet.com/forums/other-copier-brands/9665-gr3770-bearing-whine.html <<<

05-28-2008, 06:44 PM
Problem solved thanks to CopyTechNet admin. Thanks guys - great communication!

05-28-2008, 09:23 PM
hi my name is nilson morales from el salvador i dont have experience in duplicator but i see in www.free-service-manuals.com (http://www.free-service-manuals.com) manuals fro riso i work with copiers
saludos desde el salvador mi correo es nilsonmorales@hotmail.com

05-29-2008, 07:27 PM
If I understand the question or inquiry, try JustManuals (http://justmanuals.com). If I misunderstand your inquiry please contact me at help@duplicatortech.com

Direct link to RISO manuals - http://www.justmanuals.com/riso-c-318.html?osCsid=85m8bfft6um2g8721a3hbebsu2

06-24-2008, 06:25 PM
on June 25 2008
Still the same
riso or risograph search results: NOT FOUND
Is there a copyright issue?
or something wrong?

06-24-2008, 07:22 PM
I agree with you, there are many less posts and more search problems now than in the past, and I am receiving less direct technical inquiries than in the past on the equipment (neither here nor there – advice is free).

I'm not sure how it works, but judging from all the other products that are represented in this forum and the information posted, I don't believe it to be a copyright issue as such. (Does anyone out there understand how the "Furl" and "Digg" buttons affect a post on this forum?)

Also I am not going to discount that someone or a authorized dealership somewhere have taken upon themselves to be overseers or digital duplicator overlords (a joke) - for RISO to do so (either on the US or Japanese corporate level) would show a higher degree of initiative on these type matters than I ever observed during my tenure with them. It is just not something that most of the corporate guys in Danvers (MA) wouldn’t get their boxers in a bunch over.

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