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I need a user's manual for Samsung DVD-R155.

I own a Samsung DVD Player/Recorder, Model # DVD-R155 but have lost the original manual. Where can I find one?

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You can go to samsung.com and on the top right corner there's a search box, go ahead and type in your model number and you are going to get 3 results. click on the 3rd link that says downloads and user manual. from there it will take you to the download center and you will see that you can download manual from a pdf file usinf adobe acrobat reader. or you can call samsung directly to have them send you one by mail.

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