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Where can I find an instruction manual for this popcorn popper?

Bought at a garage sale and need the manual for the old fashioned movie time popcorn popper

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Go to http://www.nostalgiaelectrics.com/ and click on their customer support link.  At the bottom of their customer support page there is a box to enter the model number of your popcorn popper to get a manual.

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