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Apparently Grobet USA has taken over support and manufacturing of VIGOR (not Victor) engraving products.

Although I did not find any instruction manuals posted online at their website yet, pehaps if you contacted them by phone or email they might send you a copy if they have it.

You can find all the Grobet USA contact information at the following link:

http://www.grobetusa.com/contact_us/index.html

Sorry I couldn't help more.
Good luck.

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