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a very good selection, and there's a Cookworks link that leads to a
page spare parts specific to the model you
listed above. I'd recommend seriously considering a manual, as they
last longer than VHS tapes/don't require a VCR to view, (think Murphy's
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You need to disclose a little more info. Do you wish the whole manual to be posted here? Do you need a breadmaker recipe? or do you have a specific situation that you wish to remedy? I have an OSTER Breadmaker. I usually use the whole wheat recipe, with honey. If you need a copy of the manual, call the store you purchased your machine from (if a gift: ask a few stores if they carry the brand) and ask for customer service to track down the COMPANIES NAME that produces the machine. Google them to get a 1-800 phone number and ask if they have a downloadable file from their website you can get to. Or send them a few bucks for a printed copy. Most modern machines are similar in nature and one manual at the local LIBRARY may suffice to get you through the TURKEY SEASON.