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    Getting M going

    Drained tank new gas and battery started up valves sound noisy to me. Want to know what and where to get best service manual.

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    Get the genuine John Deere manuals and you won't be disappointed! I got mine in a set (from Amazon I think) of the owners manual, service manual, and parts list. eBay will have them too. If you are of the technologically challenged sort, your local Deere dealership should be able to get them for you too.

    The off brand manuals are too generic for anything more than oil changes, imo.
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    Check out Antique John Deere Parts replacement by Davenport Tractor for manuals and some parts. I have not bought one for an "M" but the ones for the "B" and the three I've bought for garden tractors were excellent. Price competitive too. You can use your own 3 ring binders or get the big expensive one (JD logo) from them.

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    you can order the service and operators manual from Deere on CD for about 30 bucks, they are a pdf file, the password for them is "MASTER" . you can also print and reprint as many pages as you like. You can also download the parts manual for free on deeres website
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