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I have put everything in machine and plugged in turned on and nothing happens. I turned it off made sure pan was in tight, still nothing.

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    Daryl Nash Dec 30, 2010

    need to ask a couple of questions to solve this:
    1)which program did you choose?
    2)did you choose the program and then push the start button?
    3) did you turn it off or unplug after you got tired of waiting? If yes, how long did you wait before turning off or unplugging?



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