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How to use my new cooker

I need more information on cooking instructions, they don`t give you many examples in cooking.

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  • sherbert15 Feb 26, 2008

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I'm guessing you mean the DeLonghi DFS 090 DO.
I'm looking for the manual, does anyone know where its can be found online?

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What is the make of the cooker?

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Posted on Feb 26, 2008

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