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How do I use my West Bend Poppery II hot air corn popper?

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Contact the manufacturer. Most retail stores will not sell parts like this (and if they do, it's probably a store that will be something like a kitchen specialty store--aka, a little more pricey), so the best way to go is to contact them directly so that they can get it for you (and, a lot of times, they can get it for you at a cheaper price, or, if you're under warranty, sometimes for FREE!!).

Their contact number should be either stamped somewhere on the machine (usually on the bottom--might be stamped directly into the plastic, so make sure you have it in really good light when trying to read) or in the product manual (usually near the back of the book).
Good luck! :)

Posted on Aug 22, 2009

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Hi and welcome to Fixya. The wire part I assume is the stirer. Here is what is available for your 82306 Popper. Note there is a difference between 82306 and 82306A models.

http://www.focuselectrics.com/catalog.cfm?dest=itempg&itemid=3906&secid=54&linkon=category&linkid=39

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I purchased the stir crazy model 82306 and it does not pop the corn properly. Less than half of it pops. I have never had this problem with other West Bend stir crazy poppers in the past. On 4 separate...


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On only one occassion have I not been satisfied and suspect it was due to insufficient oil being added.

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Hi and welcome to Fixya. The wire part I assume is the stirer. Here is what is available for your 82306 Popper. Note there is a difference between 82306 and 82306A models.

http://www.focuselectrics.com/catalog.cfm?dest=itempg&itemid=3906&secid=54&linkon=category&linkid=39

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The manual got missed placed can you tell me the amount of kernnels to use in it. It is a six qt. stir crazy popper


USING YOUR STIR CRAZY® CORN POPPER
Place popper base on flat, dry surface. The heat-resistant base allows for safe table use.
Preparing Popcorn
There are two models of the Stir Crazy® Corn Popper, one for making up to 6-quarts and the second for making up to 8-quarts of popcorn. Listed below are the proper amounts of oil, corn and butter (or margarine) to use for making various amounts of popcorn. Do not attempt to make 8 quarts of popcorn in the 6-quart model.
Quarts of Popcorn
Amount of Oil
Amount of Corn
Amount of Butter
2
1 Tablespoon
⅓ Cup
1 Tablespoon
4
2 Tablespoons
⅔ Cup
2 Tablespoons
6
3 Tablespoons
1 Cup
3 Tablespoons
**8
3 Tablespoons
1¼ Cups
3 Tablespoons

Here is the link to download the manual: http://www.focuselectrics.com/supportdata/L5557B_StirCrazyPopper_ALL.pdf

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Need a new plastic top for West Bend Corn Popper


Contact the manufacturer. Most retail stores will not sell parts like this (and if they do, it's probably a store that will be something like a kitchen specialty store--aka, a little more pricey), so the best way to go is to contact them directly so that they can get it for you (and, a lot of times, they can get it for you at a cheaper price, or, if you're under warranty, sometimes for FREE!!).

Their contact number should be either stamped somewhere on the machine (usually on the bottom--might be stamped directly into the plastic, so make sure you have it in really good light when trying to read) or in the product manual (usually near the back of the book).
Good luck! :)

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