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Sorry no manuals are available for that brand of telescope. However several other manufacturers maintain web sites with their manuals-- find one that is similar to your scope-- they are all used and assembled in a similar fashion by telescope TYPE-- refractor -- reflector, catadioptric.
Look at the picture on this web site: http://www.opticsplanet.net/carson-50mm-aim-telescope.html
Notice that the "diagonal" goes into the telescope first and then the eyepiece goes into the diagonal.
This is a very poor quality telescope with plastic focuser and even the eyepieces are plastic. Read my TIPS on my profile page. 50mm is exactly the same aperture as a pair of 10x50mm binoculars. For Astronomy the binoculars would have been more useful than this small telescope.