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My chicken is not turning in the rotisserie and i don't have a manual

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DO not use a chicken larger than 5 lbs. Tie cooking twine around the chicken to hold it together so it doesn't touch the sides. I use two or three pieces of twine - wrap it around and tie - cut off the ends of the twine close to the knot.

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