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The machine has no manual and i do not know how to work it. It is a homedics type par 120.wax machine with timer

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Http://www.homedics.com/home/FAQ-paraffin-bath/

Here is a website that you might find helpful. Also here is the website to contact homedics customer service. You could get them to send you a manual. http://www.homedics.com/home/contacts. They should be able to help you. There is also a website called manualsonline.com. You can download tons of different manuals from there. I hope this helps! :)


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