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Ok here is a link for the Manual download for you, there are many different Versions, check yours 1st then select the 1 you need. Thumbs up please if it's any use to you, thank you. P4VMM2

Posted on Aug 24, 2010

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    Ytee Aug 24, 2010

    link wrong this 1

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    Ytee Aug 24, 2010

    Hmmm link not copying fingers cross this 1 pastes all.

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    Ytee Aug 24, 2010

    Ok 3rd time lucky, this takes you to another forum. You need to register there to see the link in 'Technical' under 'General Technical Issues' cheers Ytee

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    Ytee Aug 24, 2010

    lol did not leave the link so sorry here it is. If it is not clickable copy and paste it into your address bar.

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    Ytee Aug 24, 2010

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    Ytee Aug 24, 2010

    I give up, register in forums @ and look in 'Technical' under 'General Technical Issues' for your manual download link. In that manual should be the layout you are looking for.



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