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Can'T Fine Warranty Or Instructions To Applicances




Put instruction manuals & warranties in a three-ring binder and you’ll never rifle through drawers again. You can put them in Sheet protectors to keep them nice.

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    And, there are a LOT of manuals online these days. Just google your make and model number. Even if you have the manual, you can now have a digital copy. - by KJOYNER12
  • A great idea.

    In case one gets lost in the mean time you can go online and download another.

    I was given a DVD player without the manual. It was no problem finding the manual online.

    emoticon - by ***DEBRA***
  • emoticon - by RAPUNZEL53
    This is a great idea! Thanks for sharing. I am always losing my papers and booklets...or sometimes I'll find them after I've needed them. emoticon - by WONDERWOMAN71
  • STORMY724
    You can also scan them & save them as PDF files, or if you have a MAc, you can buy Paperless (software) to scan any documents into computer files (about $50) ---sorry, doesn't work on a PC. But, I admit the 3-ring binder is less work, but takes up more space. - by STORMY724

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