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Could you please send me an instructional manual for the Chill n'Tap model # DKC645BLS Upon making my purchase their was no manual inside the box! Mailing Address: Julie Olinger 11949 E. 200 S. La Otto, Indiana 46763 Telephone # (260) 897-9899 Sincerlely, Julie Olinger

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Hey Julie try this. I found it at Danby web site.

Consumer Help Line
1-800-26-DANBY
(1-800-263-2629)

Hours of Operation:
Monday -- Thursday 8:30am - 5:00pm EST
Friday 8:30am - 4:00pm EST

http://www.danby.com/index.php?

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