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Popper Service 17 Dec 2002 20:31 #26071

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There used to be a guy in the Northern California area by the name of Jerry Cuyle who serviced poppers. We've been trying to find him but so far no luck. Does anyone have a current number for him and/or a recommendation of someone who services poppers and the like in the Northern California area?

Thanks.

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Re: Popper Service 19 Dec 2002 10:27 #26072

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I don't even know someone in Maine!

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Re: Popper Service 19 Dec 2002 10:29 #26073

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In fact there's not that much different about a popper or any other equipment that a good local restaurant equipment service person can't fix. Make sure you have the manual and they should be able to help you. Ask your local restaurants who they use.

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Re: Popper Service 20 Dec 2002 10:31 #26074

I fixed my own. Not too hard to do.
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Re: Popper Service 21 Dec 2002 11:58 #26075

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An older popper only consists of a few things. A heating element, a motor, some gears and shafts, and several switches. I would think a good electrician or bench tech. should be able to tackle most of it if you are in a bind.
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Re: Popper Service 22 Dec 2002 10:21 #26076

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As previously noted, a local restaurant supply place or an electrician are good sources. I have used those as well as a popper specialist, and they all get the job done.
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Re: Popper Service 22 Dec 2002 20:32 #26077

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Poppers Supply Company
340 SE 7th Avenue
Portland, Oregon
503.239.3792
800-275-2676 www.poppers.com

They used to have everything i needed for my old Manley. Wouldn't hurt to email them.
Paul Turner
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Re: Popper Service 03 Jan 2003 05:06 #26078

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If you have a reliable electrician & a manual, that cheapest way to go.
At present we have a new popper on the way from the states (to New Zealand) and we are patching the old one up at required.
Recently i found that the burned out agitator motor was exactly the same as one from a cheap $20.00 fan.And to think, I paid $250.00
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