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I have had good luck at our local appliance parts store. Take the old knob or the slow cooker in if you have a store close. Try looking for Appliances Household Parts in the yellow pages. If you have a metric/standard tape measure, remove the knob by pulling it off, if it will come off, then measure the shaft in mm and inches and look online. Also make sure to look at the shape of the shaft, sometimes they are half moon. Best of Luck