If you're looking for repair manuals for specific brands, start with the
manufacturers' web sites. They often have manuals on line.
Jeff Wisnia (W1BSV + Brass Rat '57 EE)
"If you can keep smiling when things go wrong, you've thought of someone
to place the blame on."
"Brian E. Clark" wrote:
Write down the make model and serial number and then go to the manufactures
web site. You may have to do a little detective work to find out who that is
because of stores "branding" these things. Send them the above information
and you should be able to get what you want. I was able to get a manual
(printable pdf)for an 11 year old Canadian Tire Snow blower in about 24
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