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No instructions with my josef strauss pasta maker. How do you use it properly?


Just about all machine work the same here is a good link-http://cookingequipment.about.com/od/eqipmenttutorials/ss/pasta_7.htm#step-heading

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TABLE CLAMP BROKE


These clamps can be bought 2 ways, look for pasta machine clamp or craft clay roller clamp on eBay. The clay roller entire machine set is much cheaper than the pasta machine, but they have the same clamp.

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HI, I need a User Manual for my CTC Pasta Express Maker Model X3000. Also, I wish to know if I need to get a replacement lid for my machine since there was a recall due to safety issues and I just got...


Hi jparsix,

Plz try this for the manual ..hope it works for you: http://www.pastaexpress.tv/downloads/pe.recipe.book.pdf

However for more detail info plz read below:

There are people on Ebay selling the instruction manual, demo video, recipe booklet....

PS: call them and ask them to send you a manual & instructions

Here is recall info that that anyone with a Pasta Express X2000, X3000 and X4000 may want to check out. Also, you should be able to request a manual at the phone number listed in this message:

CPSC, Creative Technologies Corp. Announce Recall to Replace Lids on Pasta Machines

WASHINGTON, D.C. - In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Creative Technologies Corp. of Brooklyn, N.Y., is voluntarily recalling about 50,000 pasta machines to replace some of their lids. When the safety cutoff switch on the lid does not activate, consumers' fingers can be severely injured if their hand is placed into the mixing bowl.

CPSC and Creative Technologies are aware of 11 incidents of the machine unexpectedly turning on, resulting in nine injuries including cut, crushed and severed fingers.

The lid replacement program involves the Takka Pasta and Dough machine (model X1000), and the Pasta Express machines (models X2000, X3000 and X4000). Only pasta machines that have serial numbers up to 78209 are subject to this replacement program. The model and serial numbers are located on a label on the bottom of the machine. "Pasta Express TM by CTC" or "Takka Pasta and Dough by CTC" is on the front of the machine. The pasta machines are beige or white. Some machines have chrome-plated front panels. Through this voluntary recall, Creative Technologies will provide consumers with a replacement lid.

The machines are sold in cardboard boxes identifying the model of the machine. A photograph of the machine is on the front of the box.

Department stores, mail order catalogs and warehouse clubs nationwide sold the pasta machines from 1999 to present for between $90 and $200.

Consumers should stop using the pasta machines immediately and call IHW, Inc. (formerly Creative Technologies) at (718) 492-8400. The company will help consumers determine whether their pasta machine is subject to this replacement program and, if necessary, will provide a free replacement lid.

Originally issued November 25, 1999
Last Revised June 2, 2003
Release # 98-032

Company Phone Number: (718) 492-8400
CPSC Consumer Hotline: (800) 638-2772



Thanx

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Le Gourmet Chef Pasta Machine user manual


Go to this web page and they can tell you where to find it on there online web page but we need the model number to get the correct one. You can e-mail or call or do a live chat. http://www.appliancepartspros.com/
Thanks for using fix-ya.com

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Looking for a manual for the ctc pasta express 3000


Did you know your machine had a safety recall:
- In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Creative Technologies Corp. of Brooklyn, N.Y., is voluntarily recalling about 50,000 pasta machines to replace some of their lids. When the safety cutoff switch on the lid does not activate, consumers' fingers can be severely injured if their hand is placed into the mixing bowl.

CPSC and Creative Technologies are aware of 11 incidents of the machine unexpectedly turning on, resulting in nine injuries including cut, crushed and severed fingers.

The lid replacement program involves the Takka Pasta and Dough machine (model X1000), and the Pasta Express machines (models X2000, X3000 and X4000). Only pasta machines that have serial numbers up to 78209 are subject to this replacement program. The model and serial numbers are located on a label on the bottom of the machine. "Pasta Express TM by CTC" or "Takka Pasta and Dough by CTC" is on the front of the machine. The pasta machines are beige or white. Some machines have chrome-plated front panels. Through this voluntary recall, Creative Technologies will provide consumers with a replacement lid.

When you get in touch, you can re-order the manual.

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I am looking for an instruction manual for a bialetti pasta machine


For the manual or electric type?
If it's the manual type follow these steps.
Secure the machine to the counter.
Adjust the dial (usually by pulling it out and rotating it) to number one. Feed the dough through the machine. For thinner pasta keep adjusting the dial and running the dough through until you have the desired thickness.
Run dough through the other end...the one with grooves. On mine I have to pull the handle out and move it to another slot.
Hope this helps.

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Manual or electric pasta maker?


maybe u dont need a new pasta maker maybe u should just hand cook it

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Orville Redenbacher's Gourmet Hot Air Popper by Presto #04821


The problem is the frozen corn. Let it come to room temperature.

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I have a old Pasta Express X-2000 machine. During the extrusion process, it appears that the gears are slipping. It makes a terrible "banging" noise. Any ideas on how to fix it or who would do this type...


Hi, Mike Sorry I can't help you but I found this 12 year old information on the net about certain Pasta Express X-2000. In the event you can't get the machine repaired I've been looking for some of the dies that fit over the extruder. Sincerely, Gerry MHere's some recall info.FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 25, 1997 Release # 98-032 CPSC: Jane Francis (301) 504-0580 Ext. 1187
CPSC, Creative Technologies Corp. Announce Recall to Replace Lids on Pasta Machines WASHINGTON, D.C. - In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Creative Technologies Corp. of Brooklyn, N.Y., is voluntarily recalling about 50,000 pasta machines to replace some of their lids. When the safety cutoff switch on the lid does not activate, consumers' fingers can be severely injured if their hand is placed into the mixing bowl.

CPSC and Creative Technologies are aware of 11 incidents of the machine unexpectedly turning on, resulting in nine injuries including cut, crushed and severed fingers.
The lid replacement program involves the Takka Pasta and Dough machine (model X1000), and the Pasta Express machines (models X2000, X3000 and X4000). Only pasta machines that have serial numbers up to 78209 are subject to this replacement program. The model and serial numbers are located on a label on the bottom of the machine. "Pasta Express TM by CTC" or "Takka Pasta and Dough by CTC" is on the front of the machine. The pasta machines are beige or white. Some machines have chrome-plated front panels. Through this voluntary recall, Creative Technologies will provide consumers with a replacement lid.
The machines are sold in cardboard boxes identifying the model of the machine. A photograph of the machine is on the front of the box.
Department stores, mail order catalogs and warehouse clubs nationwide sold the pasta machines from 1989 through 1992 for between $90 and $200.

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission protects the public from the unreasonable risk of injury or death from 15,000 types of consumer products under the agency's jurisdiction. To report a dangerous product or a product-related injury and for information on CPSC's fax-on-demand service, call CPSC's hotline at (800) 638-2772 or CPSC's teletypewriter at (800) 638-8270. To order a press release through fax-on-demand, call (301) 504-0051 from the handset of your fax machine and enter the release number. Consumers can report product hazards to info@cpsc.gov.

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