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The damn cakes and muffins for the easy rise oven will not rise for me oh yeah and where do I find the cake and additional cupcake accessories for this toy in canada

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The muffin is controlled by using magnets. Get any magnet and put it on the bottom part of the muffin and the muffin should inflate. If not, you can remove the bottom plate on the bottom and manually remove the plunger inside.

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