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  • Molsie Oct 17, 2008

    What solution? KitchenAid Superba Model KECO-375MS - so far I've gotten NO information and more confusion. Help Me or refund.

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HI,

Can you please give me the make and model no. of your oven so that i can help you find a replacement handle.

I will be waiting for your reply.

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Give me the model No# and the make, will check for the spare part.

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