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Often times, the repair/service manual for that particular piece of machinery will be much more helpful than a "generic" manual. I've never found generic manuals all that helpful.

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Are you repairing anything specific? or figureing on a new sideline? Right off i cant think of any particular book written covering the overall repair in detail. you might try Lindsey books http://www.lindsaybks.com/ if you have not already looked there.

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If your not in a big hurry for it you might try calling or emailing the company that made it and asking for a repair Manuel.I have done such and been sent such for free.But it wasn't something so complicated.And wasnt as thick as that would be.

Might also try your local library.That helped me once.It wasnt the same brand but worked on the same principle.Our library has a few Chilton/And Haynes Manuel's.And i assume would order one for you if you wanted.
 
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