Products labeled “Service Manual” contain information associated to service and repair. Service Manuals generally provide information and instructions pertaining to product disassembly, schematic diagrams, parts lists, exploded views, troubleshooting guides, wiring diagrams, and much, much more.
Products labeled “Owner’s Manual” contain information associated to use and operation. Owner’s Manuals are generally included with new appliances and electronics. Owner’s Manuals generally provide information and instructions pertaining to the proper operation of the appliances or electronics they are packaged with. An Owner’s Manual may also include “Getting Started” guides, basic trouble shooting guides and maintenance and cleaning instructions. Not all appliances and electronics have Owner’s Manuals.
Products labeled “Fast Track”, “Fast Track Service Guide and Wiring”, “Fast Track Troubleshooting or Tech sheets” are servicing information manuals or sheets supplied by the appliance or electronics manufacturer. They are not as detailed as the manufacturer’s Service Manual but generally contain wiring, troubleshooting, exploded views, parts lists, and more. Not all appliances and electronics have Tech Sheets or Fast Track publications.
Products labeled “Training Manual” are manuals designed to be used in conjunction with the respective service manual. Training Manuals generally contain more in-depth servicing information and circuit explanations. Not all appliances and electronics have Training Manuals.
Products labeled “Supplement” contains additional information to be used in conjunction with the service manual. Supplements usually address changes in circuitry.