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Printer Service Manual (All Brand)

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Hi,

I am looking for service manual of all the printers on the markets.

Is there any web links I can found, or any CD I can buy to get those information?

Exchange are also welcome if you have suitable information.

Many thanks

Ken
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by:Gtrist
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You aren't going to find any one CD with service manuals for all brands of printers on it. Partsnowinc.com had a Lexmark training kit year or so ago that supposedly had all of the Lexmark printer service manuals in pdf format, but I think the package was around $300.
HP produces service manuals in pdf but you must be a ASP partner to access them.
Okidata also has the service manuals for just about every Oki ever made in pdf format but you have to be a reseller to get at them.
I don't know that much about the other manufacturers, since I haven't worked on anything but HP and Okidata for about the last ten years. I used to work on Fujitsu, Data Products, etc... years ago.
BTW, what do you have to exchange?
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I got Xerox, almost full series from fax machine to laser printer.

Anyway, do you want to make a deal for exchage?
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I got Xerox, almost full series from fax machine to laser printer.

Anyway, do you want to make a deal for exchage?
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Those manuals are in PDF format, you'll need to have an updated free Adobe Acrobat Reader installed to view them.

Good luck,
Asta
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thanks astaec for your information, but i think the target I am looking for is mainly service manual for hardware repair.

Ken
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by:Asta Cu
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Interesting, since I find the PDF files to be very helpful personally, in terms of fixing printer problems.

Good luck on your adventure; given the cost of Manuals and reproduction costs alone, tough to believe you'll find what you seek, but crossing my fingers for you nonetheless.

Asta
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It doesn't look like you have anything that I am looking for. However, if you would be willing to supply an email address, maybe we could exchange lists of service manuals.
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Gtrist,

Thanks for your reply, you can contact me on escaper@hongkong.com , I haven't build up any list form this moment, but I will do it ASAP.

Ken
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Does anyone of you know, where I can get all the service manual, All I have is about Xerox SOHO products. If any one of one interested to trade. Please leave me a message.

Ken
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ready for cd exchange .
www.multiplicator.ro 

multiplicator@yahoo.com (ask for latest exchange offer)
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No comment has been added lately, so it's time to clean up this TA.
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First and foremost, WylieCoyoteUK, thanks for helping to clean up these very old items.  Regarding this question, much was done to help the Asker and I've seen this question asked before so would recommend 1) no refund and 2) PAQ.  In my humble opinion, the question was asked and valid answers given.  Please reconsider the outcome here.  Additionally, Email was provided to attempt to take this offline, which is against our Guidelines.
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Thank you.
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astaec:
fine, I am new at this, and may take some tine to get it right first time
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You're doing great, I appreciate it.  We all learn together and teamwork works!  ":0)
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