What repair manuals does everybody use? I've misplaced my Yamaha Repair Manual for my 2007A. I was about to order a new, but always like the Haynes Manuals, then my son says use a computer screen with down loaded manuals and easy access to instructional video and I can make print larger and brighter for my aging eyes.
Yamaha has never released a digital manual to the public. Dealers may have one, but it is not for sale. The Internet classified ads may offer them, but even when they picture the paper manual, what you get is often just an illegal pirated CD. Most of those CD copies have pages scanned
as images, meaning that you can not Search for a word in the volume, even when you are looking right at that word. Not sure if Haynes or the other commercial manuals sell digital copies, but if you buy the book used online, make sure the seller is selling you the real book, not a pirated CD. If you accept piracy, that's your choice, of course. I found the real Yamaha paper manual for my FJR on-line, so there are real Yamaha manuals for sale at times, but I'm just saying "buyer beware."
Most modern printers today are also image scanners. You can scan only the pages you need for a repair from the paper manual, and put them on an old laptop for shop use. A USB flash drive makes it easy to transfer such files to the laptop. That practice will keep your shop manual clean forever. If you ever part with the FJR, that pristine shop manual should be worth what you paid for it, and maybe more, to the new owner. After a while, your laptop will accumulate a collection of these maintenance files that you use most often. It is also easy to cross-reference to other jobs, so when the manual says "remove X panel," the next file you see can be that process (instead of flipping all around in the book).
GIMP image software makes it easy to capture scanner images, and it is FREE. They have Gimp tutorials there to get you going. HTH.