Actually, I was looking for this information for 3 years!...now thanks to you, the manual is on my hands and of great help, cause I understand now where I was doing wrong connections and wires...excellent, I'll be back to you if in need, thank you.
This manual covers the main equipment features only. While it also includes the procedure for saving and loading from the now long obsolete memory cards it does not mention the how to operate with the optional floppy drive interface so I am still at a loss about how to use this! Note that there is a separate manual covering the MIDI interface and programming via the keyboard, not included in this download. You will also need to get hold of this if you want to use the MIDI interface properly. Basically there is little difference between this manual and the free to download manual for the similar PR60 model.
The manual was properly scanned and perfectly readable. The only small problem is that I couldn't use my dear Ctrl + F to find a word I needed.
Text excerpt from page 8 (click to view)
Clean the cabinet at regular intervals. Do nt use detergents, abrasive powers, high perfumed cleaning products, wax polishes or cleaning products containing bleach or alcohol when cleaning the product Disconnect the appliance from electricity supply. Internal Cleaning Clean the inside and accessories with warm water and bicarbonate of soda (5ml to 0,5 litre water) Rinse and dry thoroughly. Regularly check the door seals and wipe clean to ensure they are clean and free from debris. External Cleaning Wash the outer cabinet with warm soapy water. Remove the ventilation grille (see the section "Removing the ventilation grille") and vacuum-clean under the cabinet. Once or twice a year dust the condenser (black grille) and the compressor at the back of the appliance, with a brush or vacuum cleaner, as an accumulation of dust will affect the performance of the appliance and cause excessive electricity consumption. When moving the cabinet, lift it by the front edge to avoid scratching the floor.
Defrosting the freezer
A certain amount of frost will always form on the freezer shelves and around the top compartment. Defrost the freezer when the frost layer reaches a thickness of about 3-5 mm. Remove the freezer drawers and place them on top of each other by turning every other drawer one half turn. Put insulating material around the drawers, e.g. blankets or newspapers. The frozen products can also be packed closely together and be kept in a cold location, e.g. in the fridge. Defrosting can be accelerated by placing bowls with hot water (not boiling) inside the freezer. Take out the drain spout and place it in the bottom freezer drawer where water can collect. Loosen the ventilation grille to enable the bowl to fit under the drain spout. Carefully scrape off the ice when it starts to thaw. Use a wood or plastic scraper. Do not use sharp objects as these may damage the interior. When all the ice has melted, clean and wipe the cabinet dry, then push the drain spout back in place. Switch on the cabinet and replace the frozen foodstuff.
Never use a hair drier or other heating appliances to speed up defrosting. Excessive heat may damage the plastic interior, and humidity could enter the electric appliance making it live.