Right, the Mk1 Berlingo manual is in front of me, will try to answer the queries
1 = Title page, divided into 9 squares, with each covering a particular section within (Introducing your vehicle, Driving, Comfort, Maintenance, Practical advice, Technical Service, Alphabetical index, user precautions, and the last one is blank)
2 = totally blank page
3 = Section 1, Introducing your vehicle title, followed by a list of headings with corresponding page numbers
4 & 5 = Keys, remote control. These two pages cover the operation of the remote central locking using tjhe key (wish ours still worked, the key itself fell apart, presumably the remote sensor etc on the car still works so if we could change the key reasonably cheaply it'd be worth doing...)
I'll see if I can find a way of scanning and making these pages available electronically.
Particle filter - this is mentioned, but no drawing. Says to replace regularly as part of maintenance programme - oops, guess we need to do this too!
Fuse guide - Page 68, 69
Says there are two fuse boxes under the dash, and one under the bonnet.
Dash fuses - the two collections of fuses are arranged into one with six in (labelled A B C D E F) and the other with many more - let's call them 'boxes' 1 and 2 respectively? these are under one panel, located under the dashboard, to the left of the driver, turn the two knobs by one quarter of a turn. (NB - this cover may be on the right in RHD cars as I am sure ours isn't on the left of the drivers side? I'd assume the guide was translated from French)
Box 1 -
A = 20A - Central locking - boot open
B = 25A - Front wiper
C = 30A - Rear heated screen - heated rear view mirror
D = 15A - Rear wiper - air conditioning
E = 30A - Front electric windows - sun roof
F = 15A - Intrument panel screen
Do you want the list of the second lot as there are flipping loads of them and not sure I want to type them all out to be honest! There is only one which relates to the wipers...
Fuse number F27 = 5A - Wiper switch - headlamp wash. This fuse is located on the top row, far right hand side. Seems to be surrounded by blank spaces.
Hope all this helps, and I'll see if I can scan / load the images late r one when I have opportunity to do so