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Barry Fritz
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I would like to get the User Manual for this Bauer. If anyone has one I could buy or if they have it in PDF and could send it, I would greatly appreciate it.

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Andrew Woodcock
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http://www.oldtimercameras.com/manuals/camera-manual-bauer-t-60-852.asp

German only text, is often the problem though Barry.

No service manual still available now neither, which is a shame.

No manuals here on my own pc when i looked but i did find an old archived Test Report from Movie Maker Magazine many years ago now. [Smile]

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Mark Todd
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Free source.

Good site too.

Best Mark.

http://www.kinobauer.de/anleitungen/T60.pdf

http://www.kinobauer.de/bauer.html

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Andrew Woodcock
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Nice find Mark. [Wink]

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Barry Fritz
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Thanks guys. I downloaded the PDF but my German is not up to par for reading that.

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Mark Todd
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Hi Barry you should be able to copy and paste sections in to google translate.

At least it saves a few bobs.

Best Mark.

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Barry Fritz
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Yes, Todd, I was considering doing that. Thanks.

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Steve Klare
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I am currently enrolled in elementary German.

-please give me a call in about 3 years! [Wink]

(Ich nur verstehe ein bisschen!)

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Barry Fritz
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Tried coping from PDF file but would not work. Found a program that converted PDF to Word doc but that would not work either. The text is actually an image in the Word document.

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Brian Fretwell
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Do they still sell OCR (Optical Character Recognition) software for scanners? I had some with an old AGFA one many years ago. If so you could print it and scan with that for a text file.

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Andrew Woodcock
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The capacitors I refer to Barry can be seen in the third and fourth photograph and pages 3&4 of the test report all lined up in a horizontal row near to the flywheel on your model also.

[ May 13, 2017, 07:45 AM: Message edited by: Andrew Woodcock ]

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Barry Fritz
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That is a good thought Brian. I think my printer/copier/scanner may have come with OCR software.
Andrew, I Don't see where you made any mention of those caps.

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Andrew Woodcock
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On your other thread Barry titled T10, though of course this refers also to your T60 machine like this one also does.

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Barry Fritz
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My HP printer/copier/fax has built in OCR capabilities but it must be language specific. I printed and then scanned a page of the German instructions but only got a few words in the results and they made no sense. Curious if it was the fault of the printer or OCR software, I printed a page of text from a document I had, and then scanned it with the OCR. It came out perfectly. My sense is that it not only interprets characters, but also words. The German words made no sense to the program so they were ignored.

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