I will be there wed night, probably sat afternoon, Max @Mrholthaus is there many evenings. Ask anyone in metalshop or automotive and they should be able to get you started
Its pretty easy to use
Turn on switch on left side
Put parts in cabinet.
Reach hands into the rubber gloves and grab the blast nozzle with your dominant hand
Point it at the part
Hold the part with your other hand
Step on the foot pedal to start blasting
Sometimes the blast media settles to the bottom and you are mostly just getting the part wet. I usually press the nozzle into my left hand and step on the peddle for a few seconds before blasting, that stirs up the abrasive.
The part must be degreased before blasting.
You wont be able to see much while blasting so stop once in awhile to look at the part.
There is a garden hose in the cabinet to rinse the window for viewing and rinse the walls and part when finished
If the pump starts cycling rapidly you are either low on water or the drain into the settling tank on left side is plugged up, lift the hose out of the tank, if water not coming out its plugged, bang on the side of the tank and that usually unplugs it. If bottom settling tank is less than half full get a 5 gallon bucket of water and fill it to over half full