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Don't have a manual need to know how to operate Do I add oil or butter in bottom with the corn if so how much?


the ratio for popping corn with oil is three parts corn to one part oil . So a 6 oz kettle you would use 6 oz of corn seed to 2 oz of oil. Don't use butter to pop, it will burn.

Apr 27, 2016 | Kitchen Appliances - Others

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What is the corn and oil amount for treat time popcorn popper tpc 603


I am not fimiliar with that brand . the corn/oil ratio is 3 to 1 so if you add 1-1/2 cups (12oz.) of corn with 4 oz. of oil the popping cycle from the time you dump the corn and oil in to when you dump it shoul be around 3-1/2 min. if its much longer its too much so try 8 oz of corn and 2-1/2 oz. of oil. By you using this test or formula I am assuming the kettle thermostat is set correctly already.

Jan 22, 2016 | Kitchen Appliances - Others

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I bought a used treat time mini popcorn machine.


three parts corn to one part oil. so 6 oz corn to 2 oz oil. if it takes over 4 min. in a hot kettle (if its heating rite) its too much for it, if its done under 3 min. not enough .

Sep 13, 2014 | Kitchen Appliances - Others

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I have a Fun time 2408 machine we ended up using different pre made popcorn bags and oil 4 6 and 12 and were just now realizing that weve been using the wrong oz,s and when we do it make crappy pop co


You can clip the corner of the popcorn section and shake the salt into a small bowl, then cut just the corn section into another bowl, and hand measure the ingredients.

The Funpop 8 works best with 2oz (1/4 cup) oil, 8oz (1 cup) popcorn, and 1 teaspoon of salt.

Jul 01, 2014 | Gold Medal 2408 Popcorn Maker

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How much oil, corn and salt do I put in a 2085cl gold medal popcorn machine?


That model is a 6oz popcorn machine.

3/4 cup popcorn kernels (6oz)
slight 1/4 cup oil (1.6oz-a quarter cup is 2 oz.)
1 teaspoon popcorn salt.

Sep 17, 2013 | Gold Medal Kitchen Appliances - Others

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Oil to popcorn ratio for model 2085?


All popcorn machines use a 3or4:1 corn to oil ratio. More specifically the model 2085 is a 6 oz popper.

6oz. popcorn (3/4 cup)
1.6 - 2oz oil (1/4 cup)
1-2 tsp popcorn salt

Mar 12, 2013 | Gold Medal Kitchen Appliances - Others

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I need to know how much oil & popcorn you use in model 82204 west bend 4qt corn popper


About 4 oz of oil and 16 to 20 oz of corn. It depends on how much you want to make.

Mar 28, 2010 | Kitchen Appliances - Others

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Lost Sheets


Generally, you want a ratio of 3 oz. of corn to 1 oz. of oil. How much corn you put into the kettle depends on the size of the kettle.

Nov 10, 2009 | Kitchen Appliances - Others

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Need model number for Gold Medal popper


http://www.concessionpalace.com/concession-tutorials/P-60_60_Special_Uncle_Walts-1866_2085_2086_2656-popcorn-machines.pdf

Sep 01, 2009 | Gold Medal Kitchen Appliances - Others

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Popcorn not yellow-like at the movies


Flavocol is usually pretty good - use about 1/8 cup Flavocol for every 1/3 cup popcorn.

If it still isn't working out for you, try Cinemagic Popcorn packs - they give you yellow popcorn kernels and special yellow butter all in one-pack to give that yellow-popcorn look.

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

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