With only the model designation and no complete model number I could not confirm the figure for you. But if a recommended pressure is not shown in the
section of your
then you should use the recommend pressures printed on the sidewalls of the tires themselves.
Some manuals might not list a pressure since aftermarket or replacement tires might require different pressures than the originals and that can create confusion between the information on the tire and in the manual.
When in doubt, it is best to run the pressure that exact tire is designed to run at, which will be the one printed on the tire itself. And any manual that does not state a recommend pressure setting in it will typically advise you to run the value noted on the tire itself.