Question about West Bend 33600 Coffee Maker
Hi, I have a very old Westbend 100 cup coffee urn, Model 33600. I purchased a new base for it as the old one was broken. We can't figure out how to release the cord from the old base. It appears to have some sort of black plastic clip holding it in place and we are afraid of breakign it. Anybody have any experience with this?
The black clip that you are talking about seems to be a type of "lock" that was commonly used to prevent the cord from being pulled from the appliance by accident. You will need this part to "lock" the cord into the new base. I would recommend that you try to break the old base from around the cord trying not to damage the clip. You'll then be able to insert the "old" clip into the matching slot in the new base. I believe that the part itself is called a "locking strain relief".
Posted on May 23, 2007
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