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# How much pop corn and how much oil in the 4 oz kettle popper?

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It all depends on the model you have. If you have a CCP-509 or 510 it takes 1 TBSP of OIL and 1/2 popping corn.

You can call 1-920-347-9122 if you need a manual.

Posted on Oct 30, 2009

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