Question about Sunbeam 4804 Non Stick Electric Skillet
I just plugged in our skillet to a 220 outlet (we are in a foreign country) and it seems to have been too much for the plug/power cord. I wonder if i could buy a new wire/plug in for it. It is an older one that is stainless steel and i can't see any model number on it. It is 12 inch square with a cover. the skillet part can be immersed in the water.
If it's a 110V version, get an extension cord and clip the bad portion of you plug. Splice it in with the extension cord. And next time use a transformer.
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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