I don't know how many threads I've gone through where if the owner had just read the owner's manual he would have found his answer. In this day and age of the 'Net, they're pretty easy to find, if you don't have a hard copy. It's about the same effort as putting the question on TB. On the flip side, a lot of manuals I've come across are really shoddy, either lacking necessary information or not presenting it in a useful manner. This is truer for older or cheaper stuff, but even some new ones are pretty bad. It can't be that hard to write a good manual.