Actually we don't sell service manuals. A service manual in the hands of the average customer is a waste of trees or hard drive space. At one point we hope to add a page to our site about the truth about Service Manuals. I feel most people equate TV manuals to the good old Chiltons auto manuals. They couldn't be farther from the truth. The nomenclature used is known only by the engineers who designed the circuit. Some of it filters down to the bench tech, but it's not in the manual. The alignment section might cover 10% of the adjustments in the service menu. The rest are a mystery. I could go on but it suffices to say most people could never make use of the manual. If you are skeptical about the origional posting, email some of the people asking for ID/Pass and see if anyone ever recieved them. There are two threads on this site that never seem to end. All they are is wishing wells. If you were a company and paying Sony for access to their information system, would you want to give that ability to the world for free? Sony knows what the typical usage for their customers is. If it jumps beyond normal you can bet they will investigate. Especially since they had a major server crash a week ago. Server usage costs money.
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