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In addition to the previous replies, on EBay one can easily purchased the glass covers. Also the World Kitchen website, and other vintage places sell Corningware glass lids. Generally speaking the "skillet" casserole was a 10-inch casserole, and that would be about the size of the lid. Usually the lids matched the dish, and on the bottom or handle of the dish there would a model number. The model number would lead you toward the corresponding glass lid.
energy from tightening the screw on the plastic cover of the glass lid, resulted in a series of molecular transitions, that reacted with the metal around the glass to produce the shattering of the lid. amazingly producing a new source of energy that should be investigated. the company should recall all glass lids asap, and exchange them with some inert cover material. someone may be seriously injured.
The glass lid on our unit exploded yesterday scaring the heck out of my wife who is still picking glass out of
I have a used eletric cord and a glass top for a G.E. skillet not sure what size my skillet was. It has model stc-1 and pr02 on the back.It has a dial with the range of warm to 400 and the cord is 32 inches long.Please let me know if you still need one, leg broke on skillet but still have cord.