Amazon is still selling some in original boxes which would apparently include the manual. If you are asking by this older model, and not a similar ice shaver, that would give you a manual with a purchase of an additional ice shaver which could double your production of treats.
* Ice cream makers are small tub partial filled with cream, sugar, and flavor.
* This cream tub is placed inside a larger bucket containing ice and salt (usually rock salt). The salt makes the melted water almost as cold as the ice. (colder than regular unsalted water)
* Creme in contact with the metal tub gets frozen and creates a layer of frozen creme around the tub.
* The frozen creme is soft due to the fat in the creme preventing the liquid from freezing hard.
* Scraping away the semi frozen cream allows more liquid cream to freeze on the cleaned sides of the inner tub.
* with continuous scraping the cream will form a semi frozen "Milkshake" like thick liquid. It will not harden as the large ice bucket would have melted all the ice by then.
* Remove the semi-frozen cream. Serve immediately or pack in container to continue freezing cream. It should harden when left over nite in freezer.
* Using bucket; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o_IFfVdOE2g
* Using bowl; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t7aUHywPnog
* Using Ziplock; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y-69y9GsS_4
I have not yet found a manual online from what I consider a safe (no malware when downloading) and free website for a Cook's Essentials 3/4 Quart Thermo-Electric ice cream maker.
The Cook's Essentials brand of kitchen appliances is exclusive (new) to QVC. Therefore, I suggest you contact QVC Customer Service and ask about the availability of the manual for you model of ice cream maker.