Join Date: Feb 2009
Location: Northeastern BC
Sorry, I was just having fun with you.
I used to make my living as an electronic technician. Consumer items like that aren't designed to be repaired. They're designed to be cheap to manufacture, so it's inexpensive to buy a new one when they break. So it's highly unlikely you'll ever find anything like a repair manual or parts. Those days are over.
Nothing stopping you from poking around inside, though, just for fun. Maybe there's a loose connector, or something blatantly obvious?
And if you don't get lucky, throw it in the bush and treat yourself to a slick new one with a warranty.
If Princess Auto were a real girl, I'd ask her to marry me.