Welcome to our first blog post. Our website intends to bring you as many service manuals as we possibly can. So far we have uploaded HP, Canon, Kyocera and Samsung service and parts manuals but we are looking to increase the number of manuals from a few hundred to a few thousand over the coming weeks and months. We will also be working closely with Canon Service Manual to bring lots of solutions to many copier and printer faults we come across on a variety of manuafacturers. We will be linking to posts such as this example of a problem with a Canon irac5235i with a blank screen.
The author has over 30 years of experience on Fax, Print, Scan, Analogue and Digital Copiers across a variety of manufacturers including Xerox, Canon, Panasonic, Sharp, Kyocera, Ricoh and Samsung. You will probably find a Canon and Kyocera bias at the moment, with a bit of Ricoh, due to current contractual obligations dictating that. Every attempt will be made to encourage user participation and along with our Facebook partners over at @Canon Service Manuals, we will be putting together a chat-type technical forum and mobile app where engineers can get immediate help from their smart phones by linking to other engineers across the globe. Well, that’s the plan! How long it will take to get us to that stage is anyones guess. If you are interested in contributing for the greater good, by beccoming one of the first members of such a forum and/or technical chat app then please email us at support (at) technicaldownload.com, expressing your interest.
We can provide practically any Canon, Ricoh, Kyocera or Konica Minolta printer/copier parts manual by using our Manual Request Form. Other manufacturer’s manuals will be added to our catalogue as we get them and, of course, you can still browse all of the other manuals from our current stock too.
Thanks for stopping by and please let us know if you have any ideas for our site that would make your life out there with copiers any easier. It’s real in tha field!
The Copier Guy