Cleaning instructions, Troubleshooting, Changing the fuse – Nostalgia Electrics CCM-527 User Manual
It is very important that the unit be cleaned properly after every use. If it is not, the holes
will get clogged and sugar will not be able to sift through the tiny holes properly.
Make sure unit is unplugged and has had time to cool down before cleaning.
First warm up the flossing head for 30 seconds with the heat switch, then turn it off.
Turn on motor only, to start flossing head. Pour 2 tablespoons of warm water into
the top of the spinning head to blow all the sugar out. (DO NOT use heat while
cleaning.) Let the extractor head spin until all of the water has spun out. Once
there is no more water spinning out of the head, turn motor off. (You may need to
do this several times to remove the sugar build up).
Use a slightly damp, non-abrasive sponge or non-abrasive towel to wipe clean the
outside of the unit. Wipe with a non-abrasive towel to dry. Do not use excessive
water when cleaning this unit.
The OLD FASHIONED CARNIVAL COTTON CANDY CART™ breaks down to a cart
body, bowl, dome, and extractor head for easy cleaning.
If the equipment is new, verify that shipping bolts have been loosened and packing
materials were removed from the machine.
Check for stretched or uneven suspension springs.
Run the sugar completely out, then check for foreign objects or sugar lumps in the
Foreign objects in the extractor head may cause an out-of-balance condition.
Make sure you are using only granulated sugar or cotton candy flossing sugar.
Check extractor head for foreign objects, materials or excessive sugar build up that
may cause a blockage.
MOTOR DOES NOT TURN ON OR EXTRACTOR HEAD DOES NOT SPIN
Make sure that plug is connected correctly in to the outlet.
Check and replace fuses if necessary. (See below)
CHANGING THE FUSE
Using a flathead screwdriver, push in, turning
counter clockwise. (See Illustration)
Fuse is now accessible and can be changed.
Once changed, push in and turn clockwise to lock
fuse into place.