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Their web site has an extensive list of manuals that can be downloaded for free. You can also purchase one at a Stihl dealer, if you prefer.
http://www.stihlusa.com/manuals/product-instruction-manuals/ STIHL Product Instruction Manuals
Printed manuals cost a lot to produce and add a lot to shipping costs as they have to be a weighty item in umpteen different languages. Most owners never consult them anyway, so they are a waste of resources all round.
In exchange, you can usually find a complete pdf copy online or sometimes a manual is included on CD, but even those can make the phone packaging larger than necessary. An increasing number of phones have the manual stored in the phone memory..
Like you, I prefer a printed manual, but I also want my phone to be supplied at the lowest possible cost. The present alternatives for me and the vast majority of customers are seen as an acceptable compromise and many prefer them as they're better for the environment.
Whatever the model is, or brand, I always prefer to ignore the printserver software and just ADD a TCP/IP Port. Open Control Panel Open Printers Right-click: Server Proprieties Add TCP/IP Port put the IP address and select option "Print Server" That's it. now, just add the printer, manually select the port you've just created.