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I just bought a CTC Pasta Express Model X2000. However, the motor is Very Loud & 'Screeches' (doesn't sound good) there is a slight motor smell. Not certain how to disassemble it to check out the motor unit. Anyone out there with ideas or an Assembly/Disassembly Schematic?? Thanks, ALR

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SOURCE: looking for a manual for the ctc pasta express

Did you know your machine had a safety recall:
- In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Creative Technologies Corp. of Brooklyn, N.Y., is voluntarily recalling about 50,000 pasta machines to replace some of their lids. When the safety cutoff switch on the lid does not activate, consumers' fingers can be severely injured if their hand is placed into the mixing bowl.

CPSC and Creative Technologies are aware of 11 incidents of the machine unexpectedly turning on, resulting in nine injuries including cut, crushed and severed fingers.

The lid replacement program involves the Takka Pasta and Dough machine (model X1000), and the Pasta Express machines (models X2000, X3000 and X4000). Only pasta machines that have serial numbers up to 78209 are subject to this replacement program. The model and serial numbers are located on a label on the bottom of the machine. "Pasta Express TM by CTC" or "Takka Pasta and Dough by CTC" is on the front of the machine. The pasta machines are beige or white. Some machines have chrome-plated front panels. Through this voluntary recall, Creative Technologies will provide consumers with a replacement lid.

When you get in touch, you can re-order the manual.

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Be sure the Cover is firmly engaged! There is a Safety Switch in the 'left' slot that prevents the machine from operating when the over is OFF!

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Here is recall info that that anyone with a Pasta Express X2000, X3000 and X4000 may want to check out. Also, you should be able to request a manual at the phone number listed in this message:

CPSC, Creative Technologies Corp. Announce Recall to Replace Lids on Pasta Machines

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Originally issued November 25, 1999
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