This entry was posted on March 31, 2010.
If you're anything like us, you probably used your gear's user manual for one of three things:
- To ineffectively swat at flies, yet one day you accidentally killed one and couldn't bear to keep the gut-stained book around.
- To prop up the uneven handmade bookshelf lovingly made by a friend/parent/spouse/sibling/child that never sits right on the wood floor.
- To start a fire in the fireplace to enjoy while sipping on a delicious glass of chai spiced wine. (Guilty!)
Or, maybe you just recycled it by accident. Whatever the case, the fact of the matter is that now you have no wisdom to guide you. We created our manufacturer manual repository over at Brown Bean to connect you with the source code. We have manuals for a lot of models both current and historical, so if you're looking for tips on how to perform maintenance or need to find out what that error code means, check 'em out.
Don't see your model there? Leave a comment here and we'll see if we can't track it down and add it to the repository.