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I have a mini nostalgia chocolate fountain and I have lost the instructions. Can you help?

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    I have lost the instructions that came with my purchase of Nostalgia Mini Chocolate Fountain CFF-965 and wonders if there is a free download online?

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Here is the manual.

http://www.homechocolatefountains.com/downloads/HF-Manual-English.pdf

Good Luck and please Rate

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