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Lack of manual

We just bought a un40d6300 Samsung. After spending all this money we are told that we can either print out a 300 page manual or spend $20. to buy one. If I had known this I would have bought from another company who thinks of their customer's convenience. I feel that I was taken advantage of. I understand going green, but having to print out 300 pages is absurd.

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Would you have every one pay more for the sets?

Most folk want the lower prices over a printed manual. It is clear you want a printed manual but I see the entire industry dropping the printed manual and saving quite a few bucks.

Not only that, makers can correct errors in said manuals and get them to you for almost nothing.

Bob

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