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Back to basics machine-Is the cover supposed to be fastened on by the big clip under the handle?

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Yes, this popper is the same at the Whirley Pop, which is the original. There shoud be a clip on the side opposite of the handle and one that is underneath the handle. Both should be fastened.

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