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This review is from: Kindle Fire User Manual: User Guide for Kindle Fire to Download FREE Kindle eBooks, Use the Web, Email, TV Shows, Music, Movies, Apps, Games, and Master the Kindle Fire. (Kindle Edition)
You spend $200 for the FIRE, Additionally $40 for the warantee/guarantee and still you need to spend more for a manual.
And the Book prices parallel hard back books. I guess I don't understand. Amazon following Bill Gates to the bank.
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Initial post: Apr 13, 2012 6:15:16 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Apr 14, 2012 3:30:43 PM PDT
Samuel, the official manual is free and can be found on Amazon's website if you do a google search for it. This "book" is actually a scam posing as the user manual, as if Amazon would release one with such a terrible cover and so little contents. It's also supported by a number of fake reviews. If you did pay for it, it's very easy to go into your account or call customer service to get a refund. Anyone at Amazon will be able to direct you to the real manual.
In reply to an earlier post on Apr 13, 2012 6:17:46 PM PDT
Samuel Heller says:
Thank you for your comments. I did not buy this from Amazon or anyone else. I did find a PDF file manual free online.
Posted on Jan 28, 2014 6:43:13 PM PST
Carol Carosella says:
It is an outrage that the Kindle does not come with a user guide. How can Amazon justify not giving the guide to customers who spent their hard money on this device.I was under the impression that Amazon valued their customers. Unfortunately,I was misled it is about the almighty dollar. The consumer has to pay for all accessories. I didn't think the user guide would fall under accessories. What to the good old days when instructions where always free.
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