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roastedbeans
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Posted Wed Jul 20, 2005, 7:57am
Subject: Wear-Ever Popper.....
 

Hello All,

Did my first roast last night with my Wear-Ever popper.....What a huge difference between that and the PopperyII....Much more power in the fan and the heat (1500 W)...

I saw a link the other day for re-wiring these to seperate the fan from the heating element and I can't find the link.....Anyone?

Thanks
Mark
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Posted Wed Jul 20, 2005, 9:30am
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There is a lot of great popper modification information at this site. If this isn't the link you were looking for, you will still get the info that you need.
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Posted Fri Jul 22, 2005, 6:17am
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Yes, that is the link that I was after...Thanks

Mark
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Posted Thu Dec 30, 2010, 8:26pm
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Electrical schematic to separate the heater and fan:

JSutton: PopperII Elec Schematic v3.jpg
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