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Parts for Oster Food Processor Mod: 3212-433

After 4 uses, the part 112989000090, broke in several places. First the connector on one side that holds the lid broke, then the handle came apart after the secound use. Then the 3rd connector to hold lid broke. Now if we use the device, it looks like the Fred Green Show with all the duct tape holding everything together. I contacted you people to get a repplacement part, and was directed to several repair depots, in my area. They told me that the part is no longer available. Do i have to throw my oster food processor away, and purchase a KitchenAid product or will you be able to help me?

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  • Anonymous Jan 08, 2009

     Exact same thing. Did you throw it away

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