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Need model number for Gold Medal popper

We have a Gold Medal Popcorn popper that we bought at an auction. My husband cleaned it up and we tried it out, but aren't sure how much oil and popcorn kernels to put in. We can't find a model number, but there is a number on the side of the blue top piece - #43987 and there is a number on the kettle #49326. It is a 6 oz popper and has a 2 arm kettle holder. Any idea what the model number would be so we can find a manuel for it?

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Http://www.concessionpalace.com/concession-tutorials/P-60_60_Special_Uncle_Walts-1866_2085_2086_2656-popcorn-machines.pdf

Posted on Oct 09, 2010

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The only popper Gold Medal made with a blue top is model 2085CL, currently sold at Sam's club only.

Posted on Feb 27, 2013

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AMOUNT OF POPCORN AND OIL
Your new popper is equipped with a six ounce [177 ml] corn measure cup. We recommend
flavored and colored coconut oil. Popcorn popped in coconut oil stays fresh longer. Coconut oil
does not leave black deposits in your kettle like other oils.
Corn charge - 6 oz. [177 ml]
Oil charge - 1.6 to 2.0 oz. [60 ml]
Flavacol - 1 tablespoon [8 cc]
POPPING INSTRUCTIONS
1. Turn KETTLE HEAT and KETTLE MOTOR switch "ON".
2. Make test pop with 3 kernels of corn and 1 oz. [30 ml] of oil.
3. Pour pre-measured popcorn and oil pouch into kettle.
4. When corn has popped, dump kettle.
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 for additional batches; always pop 3-5 batches for best
popcorn.

Posted on Mar 27, 2012

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