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How do I log into reading egg for kids


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I am missing the measuring beaker (part CEC-7BK) that is used with the Cuisinart Egg Cooker. They are no longer available in Canada and several US companies don't ship here. Any solutions welcomed.


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My friend bought me a hyundai egg cooker(plu 247959) but the instructions only tell you how to soft boil 2 eggs or hard boil 3! and no instructions of other amounts of eggs or how much water to use or how...


Ignore the instruction manual. Instead look at the measuring cup that comes with your Hyundai PLU 247959 (produced and sold under license by Poundstretcher).
On the side of the measuring cup, you can see three clusters of marks:1. 25 to 40 ml for soft-boiled eggs (symbol of egg with two horizontal lines)2. 45 to 60 ml for medium boiled eggs (symbol of egg with one horizontal line)3. 65 to 80 ml for hard boiled eggs (symbol of egg)
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Instruction manual is in french ,need it in english


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Just add the indicated amount of water.

Press "on"and your work is done.

The Egg Genie automatically steams eggs and alerts you when they're ready.

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5 tsp = 5 soft boiled eggs
6 tsp = 3 soft boiled eggs
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8 tsp = 6 med boiled eggs
9 tsp = 5 med boiled eggs
10 tsp = 3 med boiled eggs
11 tsp = 2 med boiled eggs
12 tsp = 1 med boiled egg
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15 tsp = 6 hard boiled eggs
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