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99% of the time you can find support for your tools on the manufacturer's website. All you will need is the model number and it should pull the information that you need. As for replacement parts, you can get them through the manufacturer (granted they are still in business) or you can try EBay, I've had pretty good luck finding just about anything I need on there. If you can leave me the Manufacturer and model number, I'll try to locate the manual for you. My email address is CaptAdams35@hotmail.com
Do you know anyone with a metal lathe or that works in a machine shop? If you do ask them if they can make the rollers for you out of metal. Or else find a machine shop and ask them to make you new rollers.