Just from my, and friends experiences, manuals are notoriously difficult to get from electrolysis machine manufacturers. It's like pulling teeth. I remember when Clareblend refused to give Marthajoy a manual. If anyone gets a machine without a manual, I suggest they just default to offering to pay for it like any other part number. Asking for one free will usually go nowhere. Just from my known experiences.
And of course, in this thread I would include that I have the following owner's manuals available in case anybody searches this:
Apilus Senior (aka Apilus Electropil)
Silhouet-Tone Sequentium Servo-Blend
Silhouet-Tone Sequentium 328
That was probably the first and last time I post in purple. Despite my fascination with purple in my childhood, I don't exactly love it now. It's a creepy color. My apologies to anybody that loves purple.
Electrolysis, since 1875