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this site doesn't offer free down loads
we tell you were on the net you have to go and then you down load from that site
so go google and type in--- operators manual for bobcat 763F and if there is one it will be in pdf version that you can down load
You need to identify what "unit" you are referring to. That usually means identifying the manufacturer/brand and model number. By Googling that information, you might find a manual on the manufacturers website or a manual available from one of the manual depository websites. Some are free, some are not. If the manufacturer's site is in a foreign language, try the translation features of Google. Yes, Google can usually supply a pretty fair translation of foreign sites. However, you are likely chasing the wind if you try to translate an entire operations manual using such. The manuals are usually PDF documents with images and that poses a challenge for translation software. If you are referring to having an operating systems which is putting text up on your screen in a foreign language, that is an entirely different question.
Operating systems generally do not come with service manuals. First you need to figure out what type of operating system you have. Two common ones are Apple's MacOS or Microsoft's Windows XP, Vista, or 7. Books can often be found which can help you learn how to better use the operating system. Try a local book store.