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Owners Manual for an RCA lyra RD2212A

I need an owners manual for an RCA lyra RD2212A. Any help? Online would be preferred. Thanks

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Re: Owners Manual for an RCA lyra RD2212A

Hmm... guest that post is worthless. Okay, first of, go to perhaps it SHOULD come up as guest states, however it does not. Now go here: Those are all of the downloads for that unit. And for the manual: look at the bottom. Digital Audio Players then expand to MP3. A full list of models. Hoewver the RD2212 is not listed. Good news though, I posted to get the SOLVED! vote so here goes.. (This was HARD to find)

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Please send owners manual for RCA LyraRD2212A

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Go to and it should come up

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