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Those kind of things are almost never found unless you find a service guy that will part with it. An the he will need to print it out for you. Just aint gonna happen. They pay to much to have dealer license. There is not alot to them, an if you need a part the engine maker gives a better chance on parts because they make several engines for different companies. One of the major break down parts is the gear driven box for the tiller. Sometimes they will order you a part. 9 times out of 10 they say order a new tiller. Most of them cant get the parts either, because they dont offer them at times. Sometimes things are better left for scrap. The motor is most likely repairable, but the tiller part may not be worth the effort. I cant find a tear down type manual but hopefully you can. Small engines are really a tinkers dream. I wonder why you need the manual.
Mantis has the owners manuals in pdf format available for download on its website. The tillers are here (I hope the link to the tiller group works...if not, just go to the main site and look for "owners manuals" link.
Also, you can call a number and get a representative who usually can help at the numbers listed there, find authorized service people if its not something you can do yourself, order parts and find detailed schematics in the owners manuals. My dog actually ate mine. LOL. But they are free, the owners manuals, unlike other places that charge you for them like they were a "part".