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Directions for use.

I just opened the package and there are no directions to show how much popcorn (cups of kernels) to put in.

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  • guencat Oct 12, 2008

    toastmaster tpc2. That's all I have. Where would the model number be?



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Hello guencat. Send me Mgf. & model and I will find an answer for you.

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  • Gene Pitts Oct 13, 2008

    Hello guencat. Who made the toast master? Most of the time the manufacture name and model number is located close to where the AC power cord inters the device or on the bottom of the unit. Do you have the box it was packed in? Check all sides of the box, its there somewhere.

  • Gene Pitts Oct 26, 2008

    Hello guencat, Did we find the lost treasure?

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Method Two
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  8. Put on salt/sugar.
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Method Three
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  2. Follow the instructions.
  3. Serve.
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