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FixYa.com doesn't "carry" any manuals, but you can download the one that you're looking for here:

http://pdf.textfiles.com/manuals/STARINMANUALS/Sony%20Mics%20and%20Wireless/Manuals/UWP-C1,%20UWP-C2,%20UWP-S1,%20UWP-S2,%20UWP-X1,%20UWP-X2.pdf

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