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Id Also settle for a pdf link. Only one I can find is the dated Tekken 6 one.
 

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Which year/color noir is version c?
Ver.c
2016 red Tekken 7 version
3 power supply variant, early ones have 4
they made it in Blue also but didnt have Tekken 7
if you wanted a red Tekken 7 11k yellow was 16k yen
no real difference between those 2016-2020 models just price
 

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I have this manual. Have been meaning to scan it in, but don't have a flatbed scanner at the moment. In the meantime if there is anything specific you need I can take some pics and translate for you.
 

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I have this manual. Have been meaning to scan it in, but don't have a flatbed scanner at the moment. In the meantime if there is anything specific you need I can take some pics and translate for you.
Could I get some photos (of a similar size as this one) of the main pages regarding assembly/teardown if it has anything like that? I can also translate so if it saves time I wouldn't mind just having the photo.
 

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When you have done it once it’s simple, but hard to explain and I bet that manual has a nice drawing of how’s it done.
 

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We could. Use scans for sure I’ll PayPal $10 over if you can find a place to do it.
 

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How do you get clean scans like that? I have a few manuals I'd like to upload as well.
 

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It's from the Japanese Bandai-Namco website. They have all the manuals online, the problem is you have to be a licensed op to download them.
 

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It's from the Japanese Bandai-Namco website. They have all the manuals online, the problem is you have to be a licensed op to download them.
Ah I see, that's neat
 

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Here's the main disassembly info from my manual, covering control panel and how to get the monitor housing off.
 

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On this same sort of subject, I've been trying to swap the control panel on a 2007 Red Noir (Ver. A?) I have here for quite a while but can't seem to figure it out despite unscrewing about 15 screws in the vicinity of the panel and it's not clear to me what's actually holding the control panel (i.e. just the flat panel itself) in place. Would anyone happen to have a good guide for that?

Edit: I figured it out; there's just 6 nuts on the back of the panel. It's obvious in hindsight but after so many philips head screws I hadn't even thought of nuts.
 
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