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Old 01-12-2007, 12:25 PM   #1
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Question Pasta maker help

I recently purchased from a second hand store a pasta maker. I wanted to find out if I liked fresh pasta. It had no instructions. Gourmet royale pasta perfect maker pm700. I tried googling and found nothing. Anyone know how to get instructions for the pasta maker or will general instructions for all pasta makers work?

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Old 01-12-2007, 12:29 PM   #2
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Try this thread: Making pasta from scratch
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Old 01-12-2007, 12:38 PM   #3
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I Googled and found one that sold on eBay for $24. Other Google references indicated that it was of the "As seen on TV" genre of kitchen gadget. I didn't Google any "As seen on TV" to determine if there would be any information there.

However, I did discover that the machine you have is electric and I have no experience with electric pasta makers. I have an Italian hand-operated machine. There are plenty of members here who have other machines. No doubt you will get plenty of help.
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Old 01-12-2007, 01:19 PM   #4
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Was it loose or did it come in a box? If so, examine the box closely for a manufacturing or distributing company. There has to be a name somewhere.

I don't think all pasta makers are the same, as ingredient measurements will always differ depending on the machine.

(I have Ron Popeil's machine (which I bought in the early 90's & which is still going strong) & I love it.)
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Old 01-29-2007, 12:12 AM   #5
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Oh, dear, my husband makes the pasta. I think it is one egg for every 3/4 cups of flour, plus a pinch of salt (yes, I just checked with the pasta master). You will love it, trust me. And yes, you can use egg beaters or other egg substitutes. 1/4 cup of egg beaters/scramblers, etc, is one egg.
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Old 01-26-2013, 01:39 AM   #6
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Manual Gourmet Royale Pasta Perfect PM600

I am replying to your request for the manual for your PM700. I stumbled across this group doing a search for more information about the Pasta Perfect PM600 that I just purchased at a local thrift store. It did come with the manual. I know that yours is not the 600 but perhaps my manual will give you enough information to get better acquainted with yours. I am going to scan the manual when I return to my office on Monday. Please let me know how to get a copy to you. - Vickie
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I am replying to your request for the manual for your PM700. I stumbled across this group doing a search for more information about the Pasta Perfect PM600 that I just purchased at a local thrift store. It did come with the manual. I know that yours is not the 600 but perhaps my manual will give you enough information to get better acquainted with yours. I am going to scan the manual when I return to my office on Monday. Please let me know how to get a copy to you. - Vickie
Welcome to DC. You do realize the OP was from 2007 and that person may not be around any longer? The last activity for them shows 1/15/07.
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Old 01-26-2013, 05:32 PM   #8
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Welcome to DC. You do realize the OP was from 2007 and that person may not be around any longer? The last activity for them shows 1/15/07.
I did not notice that the request originated in 2007. Thank you for bringing it to my attention. I appreciate your time and response.
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I am replying to your request for the manual for your PM700. I stumbled across this group doing a search for more information about the Pasta Perfect PM600 that I just purchased at a local thrift store. It did come with the manual. I know that yours is not the 600 but perhaps my manual will give you enough information to get better acquainted with yours. I am going to scan the manual when I return to my office on Monday. Please let me know how to get a copy to you. - Vickie
Hi, I just read this post and I was given the PM 600 but it is missing the manual, would you be willing to share yours with me also? Thanks, Melybrasi
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Old 08-27-2013, 10:26 AM   #10
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Hi I was searching all over the internet for a manual also. Is there anyway I can get a copy I would greatly appreciate it. I bought mine at a yard sale.
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