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SEE this and look at the picture of the Dobsonian reflector. Notice the eyepiece and focuser is on the FRONT of the telescope. The mirror is the BOTTOM of the telescope. http://www.texasastro.org/telescope.php
This is a Fisher Price toy telescope. You will not find an operational manual.
Return the scope, it's considered junk. After you return it, consider a reflector on a Dobsonian mount as your first telescope. Like this one: http://www.telescope.com/control/dobsonians/classic-dobsonian-telescopes
If you read down this page there is a manual http://cs.astronomy.com/asycs/forums/t/30807.aspx
This is a cheaply made in China reflector telescope. It is mounted on a small equatorial mount which is too small to support the tube. It will be very shaky. These scopes appear on Craigslist after the owner determines they are really just a "toy" telescope.
You can do much better for their $249 asking price. Look at a Dobsonian telescope like one of these.
http://www.telescope.com/control/product/~category_id=classicdobs/~pcategory=dobsonians/~product_id=08942 6 inch telescope mirror, 50% larger than the Venture toy telescope
I may be telling you something you already know, but just in case.
If your telescope is a newtonian/dobsonian (i.e., long, large tube) then the mirror in the bottom can be adjusted to collimate or align properly.
On the other hand, if the top of the telescope has glass over it (refractor telescope) then putting it back into place will be more labor intensive and I wouldnt even try it. Try going to the manufacturers website and asking them. You might post the same question on a telescope forum called cloudynights.com. If you live in a large city, try searching for local astronomy clubs as every astronomy club has some guy there who takes these things apart for no reason just to put them back together.