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Need parts for a Cretor Diplomat 20 oz

Handle Stirrer blade Pin for stirrer blade

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Here are the Diagrams for Diplomat kettles, and dump assemblies for models built after 1993. The handles for earlier models are very different to this, and I don't have the diagrams. You should be able to get the parts from Cretors, or any concessions dealer around the country.

Posted on Feb 18, 2013

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SOURCE: the washer that holds the stirrer. has pins

Sounds like you need a new kettle. You can purchase one for $40 from Nostalgia Products by calling 920-347-9122.

Posted on Oct 02, 2009

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SOURCE: Stirrer is not turning. Kernels burning

check first the fuse of the motor. if not busted, measure the resistance of the motor using the DMM, digital multi meter. you should get a resistance reading of 100 Ohms to certain Kilo Ohms. if no reading replace the motor. if the resistance is in mega Ohms replace it as well.

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SOURCE: need parts for the stirrer where can i find

You will have to purchase the kettle. It costs $40 and that includes S&H. Please call 920-347-9122 and they can take your order.

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SOURCE: Echols 490 stirrer only works when handle is held up by a person

i need to replace the stirrer to a echols 490 popcorn machine, where can I get one?

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