Find Your Model Number
When you need to repair your popcorn maker, the best place to start is with the model number. This will help ensure you find the right parts for your machine and take the guess work out of finding the right replacement parts. If you still have the original owner’s manual, you can find the model number there. Otherwise, you may have to search a bit on your popcorn maker to find the information you need.
Check on the popcorn maker’s manufacturer nameplate. Many companies will include the model number just below their own name. If you don’t see it there, search around the front, sides, and back of the machine for a sticker loaded with information. Once you have the model number, just enter it into the box above to bring up a list of parts specific to your machine.
Still having trouble? Just give us a call and one of our customer service agents will happily help you find the information you need.
The Repair Resources You Need
So you’ve received the parts for your popcorn maker but you aren’t sure what to do next? Whatever you need to repair, we do more than just offer the parts to get the job done. We have the repair resources you need as well.
Check out our Repair Center. Here you’ll find hundreds of articles with pictures and video that will guide you through every step of your repair. If you don’t find the solution you need there, visit our Repair Forum where a community of DIY experts hangs out, sharing tips on projects and helping each other with repairs. With eReplacementParts.com, all your repairs are covered from the start through to the finish.
Popcorn Maker Spare Parts Shipped Fast
We know how much you love eating popcorn during your favorite movies at home. So when your popcorn maker goes down, we know it can be a real headache. But you don’t have to buy an expensive replacement or take your popcorn machine to a shop that will charge you a premium and may make you wait weeks. That’s because there’s a better way.
We stock thousands of parts appliances. And all our in-stock parts ship within 24 hours, so you’ll spend less time eating that lousy microwavable stuff and more time enjoying fresh popped kernels just how you like them. If you don’t see the part you need on our site, just give us a call and we’ll do everything we can to help you find the parts you need for your repair.
A Popping History
People originally popped popcorn by holding a basket over an open flame. This method was less than desirable as it often resulted in uneven cooking and burned popcorn. In the 1880s, Charles Cretors adapted a peanut warming machine to better cook popcorn and the modern day popcorn maker was born.
Since then, the design has become increasingly smaller. No longer needed a vendor cart, anyone can cook popcorn in the comfort of their own home with one of many popcorn makers on the market today.