How to Use a Stir Crazy Popcorn Maker?

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To use your Stir Crazy popcorn maker, remove the lid and put one layer of oil and popcorn into the popper. Replace the lid and lock the lid's handles. Put butter in an even layer in the butter well in lid. Plug in the Stir Crazy. After 4-6 minutes or when there are 2-3 seconds between pops, unplug. Cover the butter well. Hold handles with both hands and turn the machine upside down on a flat surface. Lift away base and serve popcorn in the lid.
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