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Don't know what make you have. Maybe post a picture if you're still struggling. Most electric vac/blowers have a leaver or a dial/knob on the side that you turn in order to go from vac to blower, but mort the time you also have to put extra pipework on too as the blower outlet then becomes the vac inlet.
NOPE You can buy new cheaper than have this one repaired, Also I don't recommend using these for a vac on leaves. Leaves are very very dirty and these blower vacs usually dont last long when used as a vac. The seize problem was from an improper fuel mix. THE next one you getone use a little more oil, than says in the owners manual. Like if it says 50/1<<>> mix 40/1 more oil will just foul the plug and oil the muffler,but you will not have a seizure problem. I have never had a problem with a 40/1 mix .
Raise the light assessory on the front of the vac. Remove the roller assembly by rotating the square dial as indicated by the arrows. Then you must attach the accessory that sort of looks like a 4 inch square open box to the front of the vac where you removed the roller assembly and lock into place. Next you remove your bag assembly by unsnapping at the top of the handle to the vac, then at the base of the bag assembly you must unlock the plastic base from the metal vac unit by turning it counter clockwise and then pulling off. Finally you attach the hose assembly where you removed the bag assembly and lock into place by turning clockwise (reverse of taking off bag assembly base). Put vac in neutral and power on. Now you will blow from the hose assembly.
You should have another door that goes in front of the impeller (blade) which doesn't have a vacuum attachment. You should first detach the vacuum door from the bottom, put on the blower tube, and install the other door that came with the blower. Hope that helps.