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Seeking for help on MPM UP2040

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#37200

Seeking for help on MPM UP2040 | 18 October, 2005

Currently, I purchased a unit of Vintage 96, MPM UP2040, but it didn't come with any user manual, electronic diagram and part list. I have checked with the factory who sold this machine to me that they lost it sometime ago and don't have any copy. Now, I hope to see if anyone who have those document in CD and can send me the document via email or let me know where can I download those documents. Will be very appreciate for your help.

Thanks!

Carl smtek_cc@yahoo.com.hk

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#37206

Seeking for help on MPM UP2040 | 18 October, 2005

MPM/Speedline will sell you a complete set of manuals in hardcopy or CD. Cost is $500-$750. Since you bought the machine used and likely very cheap you should be able to afford that. Talk to your local rep. in HK.

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#37216

Seeking for help on MPM UP2040 | 18 October, 2005

Have contacted AmericanTech which is the authorized dealer for MPM machines in Asia district. Because I didn't purchase machine from them and not their customer, they seem to be unwilling to sell me any parts for MPM machine. But I will try to contact Speedline, US, if they can ship me the order to Asia.

Thanks for your advice.

Cheers!

Carl

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#37226

Seeking for help on MPM UP2040 | 19 October, 2005

Yes you need to talk to Speedline directly because they will sell you parts for their machines irregardless if you buy it new or used. That goes for Electrovert, MPM, Camalot etc. Good people to deal with. I don't understand Americantech's stance...but anyways you don't need them.

Rick

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Cmiller

#37255

Seeking for help on MPM UP2040 | 20 October, 2005

I think I have an extra set of manuals for a UP-2000, 2020. Should be close. You will have to pay the shipping. E-mail me at cmiller@adltech.com and I will try to get them to you.

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#37258

Seeking for help on MPM UP2040 | 21 October, 2005

Ah come on Craig...the guy probably paid $5,000 for that printer...he can afford to buy them new. Let Speedline make a buck. He he!

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cmiller

#37278

Seeking for help on MPM UP2040 | 22 October, 2005

Rick, Speedline will probably charge him more than that to register the printer so he can buy the manuals!

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#37281

Seeking for help on MPM UP2040 | 23 October, 2005

Nope. Speedline does not charge a registration fee to buy parts. Anyone can buy them. Now service and support......that requires registration. My point was the gentleman will need parts in the future and when he does he will likely be down hard. Better he figures it out now on the manuals instead of later when it will cost him excessive downtime.

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