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Purchased a sf-610 today floor model, no manual

Where can I get a printout of the operating manual? Is there anything I need to know about wetting the air sack of the sf-610, or adding water, or adding an ice pak. No manual or ice paks or remote came with the purchase today at Frys Thanks Ed Keyes

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Hi, I would start with the store where you bought it. Sounds like you got an incomplete unit. If not, they may be able to get a manual out of another unit. Don't see any manuals on line but 1-800-330-0388 is their phone number for customer service. Explain to them the situation and ask for technical services. They should be able to send you a manual and answer any questions you have on the unit. Write them all down before you call them. Hope I have helped. kstfas

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