Question about Nostalgia Electrics OFP501 Old-Fashioned Movie Time Popcorn Maker
I have the same popper and the instructions. You do not need any oil. There is a circle lid piece at the top of the popper. You put the pop corn seeds in that lid and then pour the seeds in through the hole at the top. The popper needs to be off while you do this. Once you've added the popcorn you can then turn on the switch located on the back of the popper. It looks like a small light switch. The popcorn will start popping and it may smell funny at first if you haven't used it or used it properly. You have to monitor it and turn it off yourself- using that same switch. And per the manual you need to wait 15 minutes before you use it again.
We use ours all the time and love it. Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
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