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I did not get instructions or measuring utensils with my retro kettle popcorn maker

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You can call Nostalgia Products at 1-920-347-9122 and have those pieces sent to you.

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Look at the bottom of the machine and find the name of the manufacturer. Find the company on google and you should be able to download a manual straight from their website

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Nostalgia electrics RKP630 replacement parts


There are no replacement parts for Nostalgia brand poppers.



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I have the Helman Nostalgia Electric Retro kettle popcorn maker and i lost the instructions manual i would like to know the amounts of corn i have to put and if i need to use oil or butter to prepare the...


Here is a link to Nostalgia Electrics..Fill in their form and you can go from there. Here is the link...
http://nostalgiaelectrics.com/default.asp?a=service copy and paste it into your browser or try to click on it..Hope this helps you..Wayne

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Retro Popcorn Maker crank handle connection to kettle


The crank handle screws in counter-clockwise so it doesn't unscrew when you dump the kettle. Try that.

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I have a Retro Series Popcorn maker, new. Can you tell me the kettle size in OZ, 2,3,4 etc. I have pre-measured packets given to me that are for a 4 oz Kettle. Thanks Dan Martin


Hello Dan, According to the manufacturer specifications, your popcorn popper has a 2 ounce capacity kettle. so you should be able to take those premeasured packets and by using exactly (close enough) half, get the desired results of pop corn out of your popper.

If you also want to use your own popcorn, here's some directions that will let you do that also.

First, turn on the popper and add 1 teaspoon of oil or butter, you can also use Land O' Lakes Margarine as it doesn't burn the popcorn like most butter will do so this is a personal preference (so you can use whatever your preference is but it must be melted). I've not tried it un-melted but I don't think it would work too well.

Then add ¼ cup of unpopped popcorn, brand doesn't matter. Wait and within 5 to 10 minutes it will hve popped.
Hope you find this Very Helpful and best regards!

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My popcorn machine is not working. How will i solve the problem?


We are under new management.

Please contact us at 1-920-347-9122 and we can help you with your Nostalgia Electrics product.

Also, please visit our new website at www.nostalgiaelectrics.com

We are more than happy to assist you.

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Need instruction manual for popcorn maker


http://www.helmangroup.com/nostalgia/manuals/RKP-630.pdf

Nostalgia Electric REtro Kettle Popcorn Maker RKP 630

user / owners manual download .

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I need an instruction manual


http://www.nostalgiaelectrics.com/
scroll down and click on customer service then scroll down and enter your model number to get manual.

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Popcorn jamming in kettle


The only real solution is to put less kernels in kettle - it pops so fast that it jams up and burns. Adding a little more oil usually helps as well.

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