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Manual typos and bloopers


Analogaddict

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Manuals seem to be pretty full of unclear instructions, I read that the Triton manual states that you should "save all saved data", :rolleyes: then there´s the Roland quote from Jeebus´ signature "If be not work turn off", or something like that. There must be more out there!

 

How about it? Got any to share?

 

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Still my fave:

 

The first Yamaha CP-80- manual had a part describing how the legs were supposed to screw into the base...except instead of using the word "screw", they used the word "fuck".

 

Too funny... :D

 

dB

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Originally posted by Dave Bryce:

Still my fave:

 

The first Yamaha CP-80- manual had a part describing how the legs were supposed to screw into the base...except instead of using the word "screw", they used the word "fuck".

 

Too funny... :D

 

dB

LOL :D:D

Rudy

 

 

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Originally posted by Dave Bryce:

Still my fave:

 

The first Yamaha CP-80- manual had a part describing how the legs were supposed to screw into the base...except instead of using the word "screw", they used the word "fuck".

You've gotta be kidding... I haven't caught any typos in my Fantom-S manual yet because I don't even need to read it.
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Originally posted by Analogaddict:

Originally posted by orangefunk:

Originally posted by steadyb:

Yep, I've seen the manual...

 

"Fuck the leg"

Me too... I think it was corrected pretty soon after though ;-)
Running to check my CP-80 manual... :D
Only a few of them were printed like that. They caught it pretty quick, as you can imagine.

 

Not quick enough, though... ;)

 

dB

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Originally posted by Dave Bryce:

instead of using the word "screw", they used the word "fuck".

Ha ha ha!! Unbelievable...

 

Now, take one of those manual in Japanglish, and imagine trying to make an Italian translation starting from *that*!! Here's what Italian musicians had to deal with back in the times. Whole sections of those manuals just didn't make *any* sense! :D

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