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I have an old sunbeam Electric Frying pan but need a probe which has two square holes with probe in the middle. Can anyone help?

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This retail price of the following link seems a but high:
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FYI I have been searching for your lid for free since 51 seconds after you posted this. The answer above is the only thing I could locate.

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