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Which books can i buy to start to learn how to fix t.vs

Help me by showing me which books should i buy t start learning how to fix a t.v thank u my email is thank u

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Re: which books can i buy to start to learn how to fix...

You could use search engine or look on ebay but the website i use to get all my manuals ffrom for tvs, videos and dvd is you will have to register with them then down load the manuall you want but you will need the programme to open the files as they are rar files and you need to uncompress them to view them but try zdnet for the rar programme the one i use is rarzilla free unrar this will allow you to open and view the files i download the manuall onto cd then you have always got them get the rar programme from here goto home page then find rarzilla free unrar this is free to download hope this is what you are looking for.......................................

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