I have a manual, but it's not too useful if you're trying to find parts for the interior part of what they call the "main structure." I'm trying to find how to replace the motor that adjusts the cable tension as it broke in my bike
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there are several sites and you really need to be more detailed on what product that you need a manual for. The bottom line is most of the time just go straight to the vender or manufacturer of the product. For example if you needed a manual on a 2015 ford Tarus you would go to www.ford.com. If you needed a manual on a Huffy Bicycle you would go to www.huffy.com. Good Luck.
If you cant find the exact manual for your product, try downloading a similar product manual. For example: Looking for a Panasonic TX37HLCD LCD TV manual?, try looking for any panasonic LCD manual with a similar product code such as TH42FLCD, TX32ALCD, etc. Most of the products with similar product numbers use a similar setup and interface, so hopefully you can solve your problem by using a similar manual.
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