Unscrew the lock down screws to release spinner head into the float position. Next, install the whirl grip stabilizer and clips to the inside of the aluminum floss pan making sure that adequate spacing is allowed between each clip as you work your way around the pan. When finished, place the floss pan, with the stabilizer kit, on the cotton candy machine and put the double bubble in place on top of the pan. Now it is time to fill the spinner head with floss sugar. Fill about ninety percent full, or just below the screws located at the top of the spinner head. Give the spinner head a quick turn counterclockwise to level out the floss sugar. Be careful not to overfill, and never add floss sugar while the spinner head is rotating. To protect your eyes from flying floss sugar, always use protective eye-wear. Be certain to adjust the two leather floaters on the top of the spinner head before operating. Give each leather floater a twist so the leading edge of the floater is pointed downward in the direction the spinner head rotates, which is counterclockwise. Properly adjusted floaters will allow air flow in the pan, provide more lift to the floss, and it will collect higher on the outside wall of the pan.

Your cotton candy machine comes equipped with two switches. The power switch is located on the right side of the cabinet, and the candy switch is located on the front of the cabinet. The power switch supplies power to the machine without turning on any components. It also acts as an emergency cutoff switch if needed. By turning the power switch to the off position, it will immediately cut off the motor and heat to the spinner head. The power switch can remain in the on position when in use and throughout the day, but remember to turn it off at the end of the day or when the machine is not in use. Note, never use the main power switch to stop the machine in between batches to refill. That is what the candy switch is utilized for. The candy switch turns both the motor and heat cycle on and off. When the candy switch is turned to the on position, the motor begins to rotate and the heat element begins to heat. When the candy switch is turned off the heat element is turned off right away, but motor will continue to rotate, entering into a cooling cycle for approximately forty-five seconds. You will notice the auto cooling light on the front of the cabinet illuminate during this cycle. After forty-five seconds, the motor will shut off automatically. This cooling cycle is required between batches or when refilling the machine. It allows the heat element to properly cool down, otherwise the floss sugar would melt inside the spinner head and eventually burn.

When ready to start making floss, turn the main power switch to the on position. Then turn the candy switch to the on position. The motor will begin to rotate and the heat element will begin to heat up. After about forty-five seconds, the machine will start to produce cotton candy. There are operating tips located on the front of the machine as well for your review. Once the machine is producing product, you will want to let a nice amount of floss accumulate in the pan. When you are ready to start removing the floss, take your floss cone and insert it under the web of floss and pull the floss completely out of the pan area. Give the cone a twirl to form the cone shaped serving of cotton candy and place in a cone holder or serve immediately to your guests. When the spinner head is empty, you need to refill, or you are done making cotton candy, turn the candy switch on the front to the off position. Remember, the heat will be shut off immediately and the spinner head will enter in to its automatic cool down cycle for approximately forty-five seconds. Once the motor stops spinning, it is safe to refill the spinner head and continue making floss by turning the candy switch back to the on position or simply leave the machine in the off position until the next batch is needed. It's always a good idea to try to use up all remaining floss sugar in the spinner head before end of day. At close, the candy switch should be turned to the off position and the power switch should be switched off as well.

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