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Locating Printer Manuals

If you buy a used printer and it doesn't come with the book, you can go to the makers web site and look up your model. They will have your printers book that you can print out for free. Nice service. You can also read the part you need first to figure out the combinations you need to get it up and going before you use it.

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By Ardis Ilene Barnes

Editor's Note: We've done this with many different types of appliances and equipment. Just look for the manufacturer's website. Most have old manuals or instruction booklets for their products. You can also download the latest driver from the printer company's website.

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November 21, 20190 found this helpful

Free repair manuals and repair advice forums for printers, computers, phones, cars, or ANYTHING at www.ifixit.com. Read and post your own insights.

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