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The motor housing has a spring loaded, hinged cover over the fan blades (so you don't chop your fingers off when using it as a blower). Open the cover using a screwdriver or narrow tool. Holding the cover open, attach the vacuum tube. Attach the collection bag to the discharge port (same place you attach the blower tubes) and secure in place using the velcro strip sewn onto the bag. Adjust the ******** the bag to fit your shoulder, turn power on and go. To empty the bag, just unzip the bag completely. Make sure you tighten the velcro strip so the bag doesn't come off while you are sucking up leaves.
We have several choices to choose from here in the U.S., but I presume that you are probably in Austraila. I would like to be of more help. If you would want to get one from here, the shipping charges would be ridiculous. Post back if needed.
For maybe getting a manual, go to: http://www.manualsonline.com/
You will find that you open the bottom vent, put a large suction tube in the recess and remove the blower tube and attatch a collection bag on the housing that held the blower tube. That's all there is to it.
I have not heard of one for that unit. Plus I would not use it for vacuuming any way. All you need is for an acorn or piece of wood to hit the impeller. It would break a couple of fins off the impeller. This would make the blower vibrate like crazy and you will not want to hold on to it. Plus the cost of repairs would exceed the cost of a new one. Good Day.