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Ebaman, for service manuals inc HiFI, Ham-radio and Electronic instruments and others
06-12-2018, 02:18 AM (This post was last modified: 06-12-2018 02:56 AM by Diagnostix.)
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Ebaman, for service manuals inc HiFI, Ham-radio and Electronic instruments and others
In my first introduction post I mentioned my site ebaman.com.
I guess that some people is wondering what it is, and whats the catch.
Well.
It started out for two reasons, I needed to repair my Nakamichi Cassette deck, and I needed to repair my Citroën XM.

Back in 2003 there was simply no service information available on the net and I was quite frustrated.
Finally I got hols of the service-manual for the NAK and at the same time I managed to borrow the original XM-workshop manual.

I decided to publish both of them (After scanning the XM-Workshop manual).
After a year or two, my manual Collection was growing, since I also needed some manuals for my instruments, TEK oscilloscopes etc.

Suddenly Ebaman was born.
There are a few similar sites available, most of them committed to one type of Equipment, i.e tek-scopes, only having information about Tektronix Oscilloscopes etc.

Other sites includes Bitsavers (bitsavers.org) and Bama (bama.edebris.com)
Both of them are completely free, but there could be a problem finding stuff on them, furthermore, Bama is targeted Ham-radio and Bitsavers targeted digital stuff.

Now I started Ebaman, and it has gained popularity, and users have submitted more and more files.

A few years ago, I was asked if I could hold all manuals available for old Heathkit stuff, obviously I said yes, now
Ebaman is the largest repository for Heatkit stuff.

I currently hold about 10k of service/workshop/users manuals for a variety of stuff.
Most of it is HiFI, Ham-radio and Electronic instruments, but there is obviously other stuff as well.

My is is that it should be completely free, the only thing is that in order to download, you have to register.
The site lives on user contributions, that is, users uploading manuals and stuff.
I don't want any Money, I just want manuals. That's all there is.


Obviously I have the right to approve or deny a user contribution, but that's a small thing.


As long as I'm in charge the site will be completely free, no irritating ads (apart from one google adwords banner at the bottom, and one ticket-offer from my host (gives me a couple of free months hosting i anyone signs up with the ticket)), and the userbase is my secret, newer to be lent/sold or anything like that.

Anyway, feel free to browse, join, download and upload manuals at http://www.ebaman.com


Tomas Larsson
Sweden.

P.S While were on it, since I am a braindamaged technical nerd, I have Another site, with a what it seems a Life-long Project, microdiscray.com
I started that Project, one hot summer week, when the heat made me nuts.
It's on old for the moment, since I cannot find any software to do a decent full-scale simulation, as of yet.

My Corporate website is http://www.enrad.se
We as a Company, I founded it back in 2008, is manufacturing environmentally friendly Heat pumps and Liquid Chillers.
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