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That depends on the model but most times it will be located on the back up near the top right when facing the back of the machine... make sure the power is unplugged before opening the panel.... I would however go to the Bosch site and punch in schematic for your particular model. The search may return online manual or an exploded view of your machine but either will do fine...
Get onlineand got to www.google.com In the google search box type: "SonySupport" (without the quotes and put your manufacturer name before Support). Look for downloads and drivers. Enter your model number and operatingsystem when requested. Look for Manuals and documents.
Google your make and model and add user's manual to the end. That will bring up alot of links to find the manual you are looking for. Some offer free download, others do not. You could also try going to manufacturer's website and find it online there.
northerntool.com has a few wheel meters that roll along the ground and will give you a fairly close measurement. or you can use the string method where you take a string and stretch it as close to a straight line as possible then mark it then get it out to where you can measure the string.
I have not seen any service manuals online. The squeak will possibly be a rubber bush used to silence the machine. If you get it stripped down you should be able to locate the squeak by carefully applying pressure in different areas and the squeak should go... then hopefully you will have found the culprit.