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Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by Brad, Jun 7, 2007.

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  1. Brad

    Brad Guest

    Hi,

    I repair TVs, etc. Often, the price of a service manual is
    so high, it makes it difficult to make a "profit".

    Does anyone know a good web site where I can download
    a TV schematic(s) or service manual(s) for a reasonable price?

    Thanks in advance, Brad

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  2. Join the TechAssist and/or TechData forums for $60 each per year and get
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  3. justmanuals

    justmanuals Guest

    http://www.justmanuals.com All electronics manuals just $9.99 and
    Instant Download!
     
  4. b

    b Guest


    www.eserviceinfo.com

    best of all - it is FREE. I've got many things from there.
    there are some good links on the highlandelectrix and cromavideo sites
    too for tvs.
    -b.
     
  5. Franc Zabkar

    Franc Zabkar Guest

    The only reasonable price for a service manual is $0. That should be
    the price charged for a downloadable PDF from the manufacturer's web
    site.

    Sites like this one annoy me greatly:
    http://www7.toshiba.com/index2.htm

    As a "qualified" serviceman I can download Toshiba's manuals for free.
    OTOH, an "unqualified" serviceman or home handyman has to buy the same
    thing from a third party manual provider. This begs the question,
    where do *they* get their manuals, and how do they justify selling
    something which they got for free and which is probably subject to
    copyright?

    - Franc Zabkar
     
  6. neon

    neon

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    you mean there are there still technician making a living at that. with china in the picture for cheap TV i don't know how you guys survive i bought 19" TV for $67 new i actuly trew away all my SAMS long ago wish i kept them for you.
     
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