The Little Snowie is a great alternative if you need to serve more than a few servings per day. When you open this box, you'll be surprised to find that there's no assembly needed! In the box, you'll find:
Carefully remove the Little Snowie ice shaver from the packaging. Place the machine on a flat surface such as a table or counter top. If you prefer to use the foot switch, firmly press the switch tube into the back of the machine and position the pedal on the floor. Plug your machine into an outlet, open the hopper lid and pour ice cubes into the top of the machine.
Place a cup under the Sno-Topper funnel and on the edge of the lip of the funnel. Make sure your cup isn't too close to the spout or it will clog the machine with snow. To begin shaving, turn the side switch on or if you're using the foot pedal, move the switch to the foot setting. When the machine starts shaving, use the cup to catch your ice until the snow is approximately three inches above the cup rim.
Turn the machine off to stop shaving snow and then press your cup into the Sno-Topper and turn, making the cone shape on your shaved ice. Top your perfectly shaped snow with any of our Premium Shaved Ice Syrups and enjoy!
This easy-to-clean machine will take you no time to shine. Grab a dry cloth and wipe down any wet area on and around your machine. Open the hopper lid and gently dab the inside of the hopper being careful not to hurt yourself on the blade. Because this machine only uses ice, simply dry it off and you're done! We do suggest leaving the hopper lid open until the machine is completely dry before storing.
The Little Snowie blade will last approximately 1000 servings. Changing the blade is made easy with an illustrated guide included with your machine. Before changing the blade, make a mental note of the blade position. You will need to install the new blade identical to the old blade. First, unscrew the hopper by removing the four screws (two on each side). Gently remove the hopper and place it to the side. On the front of the blade, insert a flat head screwdriver into the blade slot and push down to release the blade. Carefully remove the old blade by lifting it out from the top of the machine. Slide your new blade exactly where the old blade was, behind the plastic ridge. Slightly tap the blade making sure the blade is properly secured behind the ridge located on the motor housing. Once the blade is all the way in and flush with the machine, re-install the hopper and tighten the four screws to secure.
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