Manual was delivered in a timely manner and was all in English as advertised. The manuals I received when we moved into our flat were in German, Italian, and French. Having never used a steamer before, and not speaking/reading German very well, I needed an English Manual. this was a huge help.
This GRUNDIG UV5A Owner Manual is not only an instruction manual but a total functional circuit description of the Multimeter and includes circuit diagram at the end pages. It is very helpful for repairing and calibrating the instrument. It is written in two languages English and German for international support. It was very easy to repair my unit with this document. Regards, Regis Pauly, Electrical Engineer.
The owner's manual was evetything I thought it would be. I was able to print it out using both sides of the paper in quick order, saving me a search online for a used one.
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Loading and removing paper
Loading paper Before you can receive or copy documents, paper must be loaded in your fax machine. Please only use the following paper format: standard A4â210 x 297 mm. The fax machine works with normal paper used for writing and copying and has been optimised for smooth 80 g/m2 paper. The smoother the paper surface the better the print quality of your fax machine. If there is no paper in the fax machine the CHECK DISPLAY light flashes and the following message appears on the display:
OUT OF PAPER
1. Insert the paper tray in the slots provided behind the paper feed mechanism. You will hear a noise when the paper tray has clicked into position.
2. First fold the paper feed flap forwards until it clicks into position. 3. Insert max. 50 sheets of A4 paper (80g) up to the endstop in the paper feed mechanism.
4. Close the paper feed flap.
To prevent several sheets being drawn into the machine at once, first fan out the paper to separate the sheets and then straighten the stack on a flat surface before inserting it into the paper feed.
Never load paper while the fax machine is printing as this will cause a paper jam. Do not use paper that has already been printed on one side because it can jam the paper feed mechanism.