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I have a Sunbeam Slurples machine and I just can't get it to work. It keeps freezing the blades to the inner cyclinder. I am really disappointed. Please help.

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  • Anonymous Dec 22, 2008

    the blades on my sunbeam slurples are also freezing to the canister

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Hi, I also have a Sunbeam Surples machine, mine works fine if you use real Coke, Sprite etc... but also found that the blades are frezzing to the inner cyclinder if I use a syrup based soft drink such as Soda Stream.

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