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Rival Chocolate Fountain CFF5 - never used and motor does not work

Help! I received a Rival Chocolate Fountain, but didn't get to using it until a year later and the motor doesn't even work. I've read that other users have experienced the same problem and that the gears have to be just which I've tried and still does not work. I was wondering if there are any other suggestions since I can no longer return or send for warranty repair.


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Re: Rival Chocolate Fountain CFF5 - never used and motor...

If you're reading this, I have this same fountain and would be happy to send you the top cap, you pay shipping. Email me and we'll coordinate... medha311 @

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Re: Rival Chocolate Fountain CFF5 - never used and motor...

Regarding the Rival Chocolate Fountain - I purchased one and the top cap was not included. I attempted to get a replacement part from the manufacturer but was not available. If someone has an old one I would love to purchase the cap from it.

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