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Broken piece connecting timer and thermostat

The black, plastic piece that connects the timer shaft to the thermostat is broken (underneath the hood assembly). When fully assembled, the shaft doesn't fit into the broken piece to set timer and thermostat. I just need to know how I can get a new piece. Thank you.

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Re: Broken piece connecting timer and thermostat

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