I you can't get a copy of the handbook via the reflector you can try
this (it worked with me several times):
Contact the company (google should help you to find address - email
-phone numbers), avoid the administration (they don't know) and sales
managers (they are only interested in selling) and try to get in
contact with a service - or design engineer. There is a fair chance
that he is a ham or at least appreciates your interest in "an old
piece of equipment". If they have spare manuals you will probably get
one or you might get the opportunity to make a copy.
Once I even received a manual accompanied by a box of spare parts.
The service engineer I contacted (a ham of course) was close to his
retirement and preferred to give the spare parts to me rather than
have to trow them away when cleaning up his desk.
73, Rik ON7YD - OR7T
At 11:28 10/06/2008, you wrote:
I happened to get a Schomandl Frequency Generator (in German:
Frequenzdekade) MG 100 M, 300 Hz ... 100 MHz with 0.1 Hz steps, see
picture. It needs some repairs. Does anyone have the service manual for
copying? 100% back including all costs upon my honour!
Tnx es 73