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OSTER KITCHEN CENTRE

I just purchased this unit and it runs great, though there is no manual and a few parts that I'm not sure on, for instance little white disks and a clear plastic round disk.
- Is there a manual on line that I could see to see accesories?
-I heard about a ice cream maker attachment are they still around?
-Also what is the usage expectancy of this and can accessories still be but for this in Canada?
In its time where was it on a consumer rating?
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Hi there i do believe i have a solution to your problem

A full list of mixer fro Oster is available at this web site

http://www.oster.com/CustService.aspx?content=manualList&cid=1542&catName=Mixing
The customer service also is very friendly and can answer to all your question or concern.Consumer rating for small appliance is very questionable because the items in question are very generic and they are all realtes to the same market segment

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You can download the manual here: http://www.manualfox.com/link/oster.htm

Check for "Oster Regency Kitchen Center"

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