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General Electric Electric Coffee Percolator

I need a new power cord for my coffee maker. Where can I get one? I don't know the model but it's a standard 12 cup percolator. Thanks. Fred

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Sure thing Fred
Try this
to order all of your part needs
http://www.abtecparts.com/Westbend_Percolators_51000.htm
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The cord for this is a standard cord used on many devices. Personal computers, and guitar amplifiers are what I see them on most. You should be able to pick one up pretty cheap in many places.

These plugs are usually 3 prong, though.

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    https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=5... here's a link to a cable from monoprice. I don't know what awg is best for this device. I expect that any awg size is fine, but 14awg is the thickest, and doesn't cost much more so that may be the safest bet. I'm linking to the 3ft, but you can probably get any length(I can't guarantee that. A shorter cable may be safer). Current price of a 14 awg guage 3 foot cable from monoprice is $2 before shipping.

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