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Miracle Maid Instruction booklets can be found on ebay. I've seen them several times, in fact there are several on today 7/29/2009. Just go to ebay.com and search for Miracle Maid. You may have to search daily, but you'll find them. You'll have to pay a little, but you can send in all your pots and pans and get replacements with one of those books. I had my pots and pans for 30+ years and now I have the new ones that replaced those. I'm thinking they will last 30 years too! Good Luck!
Many cities have "Small Appliance" shops that carry replacement parts. I don't know where you live but I'd try your city directory first. Take you "bad part" with you and I'm sure they will be able to help you faster. Searching the internet may not give you the results you need. You need to log onto one of the many (and I mean many) commercial/manufacturing search websites like "Thomas Register" to find what you need. Often they will only sell to a business but they can lead you to the a distributor.
Better yet...call the store you bought it from and have them give you the 800 customer service number for the product!