6303 Great Northern Popcorn Commercial Quality Cotton Candy Machine and Electric Candy Floss Maker
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I would have thought it would be difficult to make cotton candy cones without it since the dome is sold separately. In addition to allowing us to shape our cones more easily, the dome also prevents cotton candy from falling onto the ceiling and walls at times!
Yes, of course! Whenever I do fundraising, school events, or birthday parties, I use mine.
There is probably going to be something you need help with from the factories. The unit needs to be unplugged before using. Put the tub in the sink. Wires should be checked for broken connections. Make sure your brushes are in good shape. It is thanks to these that heating power is transferred. It is important to ensure the area they touch is clean when they touch the head. Please let me know if you are ok with that. If you want to get any further, you will need an Ohm meter. If you compare each brass bar of the heating head with 13 Ohms, then you should be fine. It is OK if it is a little higher, but if it is much higher, the heater must be opened. You can also get parts from Great Northern. WHEN DOING THESE CHECKS AND TESTS, ENSURE THE UNIT IS OFF THE POWER SUPPLY. Hope you have a good day
You refer to mesh and retaining clips, but I am not sure what you mean. The device does not come with a cover, but it comes with everything else necessary. The program is very efficient. The amusement park served as a venue for Oktoberfest, running from noon until 9 p.m. The problem is solved without a Cotton candy made by this machine is awesome. The product is very user-friendly and easy to
Selected User Reviews For 6303 Great Northern Popcorn Commercial Quality Cotton Candy Machine and Electric Candy Floss Maker
It was ordered for work in order to thank employees for their hard work and to raise funds I was able to use it for the first time with no problems. I used it a second time and found it to be completely different. During the second half of the batch, I noticed a burning air smell and sparks were emanating from In accordance with the instructions in the manual, I let the machine cool down before starting it up again. It was sure enough that as soon as it started spinning, sparks started flying. It was reported online that this machine has a history of ejecting When I took the cone off around the floss, I found that two of the wires were damaged as the bare metal had been rubbed down to that point. I contacted the warranty company who said that they would replace the product. It was on June 13th that I received my first email informing me that new wires would be sent out to replace the device. A message from Heather M. was received. I waited until today, July 28th, but there was still no response. We still have no wiring or cotton candy machine working after calling them last week on Monday the 17th. The reason was that the second cotton candy machine I had bought for another work center was having the same issue. As I asked about the first machine, the agent over the phone helped me process the order for the second machine. I was told they would send the wires, as to why they hadn't sent them before I cannot explain. I was also told I would receive an email confirmation of my order. We have not gotten any information about the status of the needed parts since almost two weeks ago. In addition to the second machine, a spark was also being produced. The process of calling and emailing in order to get a replacement was tedious. turned out the second one had to be returned due to a problem with the machine. I found the device to be a waste of money in the end.
As I have bought a second machine, I would like to point out that I returned the first one because the inside plate turns a black color in a matter of minutes and it is shaky and unbalanced. The quality of what you pay for goes hand in hand with the cost. We're going back to the first machine. The machine is designed to make cotton candy easier to make for me as I am in the cotton candy business. The situation is not the same. Because I saw reviews and I thought I would try this one, I thought I would try it. I am very, very disappointed in it. I have 10 machines. Essentially, there are exposed wires in this machine and it might be possible to trap Bree inside of it. In addition, it was unbalanced and made a terrible noise. There were also bent wires in the foot. Despite being bent, the box was intact however, one part of the machine was bent.
I have gone through three of these. During my 3 years of use with the first one, it was the best. Because I was pleased with the operation of the original one, I bought a new one when it broke. In my experience, the second one rattled and was loud, but it also worked for a short time. Eventually, it broke down. GNPC replaced it with a new one after I made contact with them. It seemed like a cheaper version of the replacement came in relatively quick, and customer service was good. I find that manufacturers are becoming cheaper and cheaper when it comes to making products. There is a bit of difficulty getting into the bowl that attaches to the base. During the first use, the welded hooks that connect it to the base suddenly snapped It was my old bowl from another bowl I already had, so I tried to use it. The old bowl cannot come close to fitting the new one, so they must have completely revamped it. The thing is, I have already had too many unhappy customers because of this machine. Do not recommend it.
For the past six years, I have purchased nine of these cotton candy machines. Since I purchased my first machine years ago from this manufacturer/seller on Amazon, I have noticed that the quality has decreased. There were a lot of events and functions that were held at that original one. It served thousands of cotton candies. Having been so pleased with it, I was forced to purchase another after the first one finally gave out after many years. Despite the amount of use I put on the other products I purchased since then, none lasted more than six months. I purchased four completely useless machines in the last few months. The machines that I returned were faulty when I received them, so I had to replace them. No one at these machines was able to turn them It hurts so bad to be Machines such as these should be subjected to stronger quality control. The products I normally buy will no longer be available to me and I am looking for alternatives.
The experience of the reviewers is similar to those of Like you, I bought the $40 "Cotton Candy" maker and was totally disappointed with its performance. My commercial unit is nice, but it costs twice as much as this one, so what I have to do now is to try it I received the unit packed well, but it had been damaged during The carton had a hole in it. A deep dent has formed in the bowl due to the pressure of being pressed up against the steel of the unit. The metal strap that connects the feet to the bottom of the shoe was also dented I would not expect RMAing it due to its unbalanced condition on a flat surface, since I believe it does not affect operation. This sugar spinner will spin sugar fast once you get it going. It's about 30 seconds per cone once you get it going. I used this at a block party in our neighborhood and kids did not have to wait very long for a When spinning the wheel, I found that shutting off the heat made the smoke and burning go away. Although regular table sugar can be spun, I found that it had an odd taste. Before serving, I will run regular sugar through the first batch once to clean up the head. In addition to the plastic dome, you should get the tripod. Whenever you finish a cone, there will be a few loose threads that will likely get on your body due to the machine throwing floss vertically up into the air. There is a problem with the edge of the dome. If you don't take extra care, you will snag the cotton candy if you are not.