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I need a replacement lid

Do not have a lid for top of popper

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How to use


Put popcorn in bottom up to where the ring in bottom levels off for a maker full or less if you don't want a maker full. Cover with popcorn oil, I use the butter flavor oil. Put some butter inside of lid compartment and put lid back on butter compartment. Now just put lid onto popper and plug in. The light on side will come on and popper will start to heat. You will then hear it start to pop. Popping is finished when light on side goes out. Carefully lift the whole popper and shake right side up and then turn upside down and shake. Remove bottom, add some popcorn salt if you like and enjoy it right out of the lid. Delisious!!

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We have a Back To Basics popcorn popper that has a broken piece. The piece is the clear see-through plastic top. Where can we find a new piece?


West Bend took over this company and no longer provides plastic window replacements. I fixed mine by super gluing the window and attaching a small strip of wood on top of the 2 plastic window pieces with small bolts (super glue pieces so wood can be properly attached because glue alone will not hold up to the heat). Not attractive but it works. (West Bend rep told me windows break because of high heat, but I only used mine over medium heat; I think they break at the spot where the raised lid hits the gear mechanism holder.)

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Popcorn popper 50030178 I found this old popper like my nanny used to use. But I don't know how much popcorn or oil to use can you help me. I have the measuring cup lid all the parts with it.


What type of popper is it? The 50030178 model isn't one I'm familiar with.

For most of the small air poppers, such as the Presto Air poppers, fill the measuring cup lid with popcorn so that the popcorn is level with the top of the cup. Add this amount of popcorn to the popper. On those units, there is a fill line inside the popping chamber. Do not fill past the line. For these air poppers, if you want to have butter or margarine on the popcorn, add 3 tablespoons of the extra to the lid after you replace it on the popper.

For the Hamilton Beach Hot Oil Poppers, the manual for the 73300 is available here: http://www.hamiltonbeach.com/use-and-care/use-and-care.php . Fill in the type of device and then the model. The amount of oil and popcorn will depend on how much you want to make. For a single serving, you need 2 T (tablespoons) of kernels and 1 - 1 1/2 t (teaspoon) of oil. For enough popcorn for a family, you should use 1/2 cup of kernels and 1T of oil. http://useandcares.hamiltonbeach.com/files/840190701.pdf has a full chart of the amounts on page 6.

I hope this helps. Please add a comment with the brand of popper and I'll check for a specific chart for that unit.

Cindy Wells
(It's been a while since I used the air popper that I used to have.)

Jun 21, 2011 | Hamilton Beach Microwave Ovens

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I CANNOT FIND INSTRUCTIONS HOW MUCH OIL AND POPCORN DO I PUT IN AND WHERE? THANKS, ARLENE,///


I have the same popper and the instructions. You do not need any oil. There is a circle lid piece at the top of the popper. You put the pop corn seeds in that lid and then pour the seeds in through the hole at the top. The popper needs to be off while you do this. Once you've added the popcorn you can then turn on the switch located on the back of the popper. It looks like a small light switch. The popcorn will start popping and it may smell funny at first if you haven't used it or used it properly. You have to monitor it and turn it off yourself- using that same switch. And per the manual you need to wait 15 minutes before you use it again.
We use ours all the time and love it. Hope this helps.

Aug 21, 2010 | Nostalgia Electrics OFP501 Old-Fashioned...

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Lost the instructions for a nordic ware microwave corn popper


1. Pour up to 1/3 cup of popcorn kernels in the base of the Popcorn Popper.
2. The use of oil is optional, but not necessary. If desired, drizzle a small amount of vegetable oil over the unpopped kernels, then stir to coat the kernels.
3. Place cover on the base bowl. Cook on High in the microwave for approximately 3-5 minutes (microwave ovens vary tremendously!), or until popping slows down. Allow Popcorn Popper to cool before repeated use. Do not try to re-pop unpopped kernels.
4. Hand washing is recommended, but occasional washing in the top rack of a dishwasher is acceptable for the bowl, but not the lid.
5. If popcorn burns easily or does not pop well, try placing a shallow bowl, dish or plate upside down on the microwave turntable to raise the popcorn popper up a bit.

Jun 27, 2010 | Kitchen Appliances - Others

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No instructions but wanting to know where do you put in the butter for the back to basic stove top popper


The manual says, place butter in cup, hook cup onto the rim of the pan below the "butter cup"marking on the lid, and the butter will melt and drip evenly onto the popcorn as it pops. I haven't tried it; hope it works for you.

Apr 01, 2010 | Back to Basics Popcorn Popper (PC6)...

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No operating instructions


No oil needed - is hot air popper. Use round lid on top to measure popcorn, pour popcorn into metal part in center of popper.

Dec 24, 2009 | Nostalgia Electrics OFP501 Old-Fashioned...

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Need parts


Call Nostalgia Products at 920-347-9122. You can get replacment panels, doors and kettles.

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6 cup stir crazy popcorn popper lid


There are lids around your house that will fit this. Try a butter or sour cream lid.

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