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We purchased an Educational Insights 'How Things Work' science kit with 21 science projects. We bought it used, but it came with all of the pieces, however it was missing the instruction manual. Is there a place I can download this manual? Or can one be mailed to us?

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Hi, I'm from Educational Insights. Are you talking about our Hows and Whys of Science item? If so, here is a link to the guide: http://www.educationalinsights.com/text/EI/downloads/guides/3162_HowsWhys_G.pdf

If not, please call my office at 1-800-995-4436 ext. 3719. I will try to track down the correct guide for you. -Lisa Guili

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