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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ince replacing the lid and knob will cost several dollars plus postage I recommend purchasing a new one. That way you have new electronics and a warranty which will assure that you have a cooker for at least a year.
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
Wanna sell your lid? I broke my sisters at a family reunion and I hate to leave her with half a cooker.
Margaret in SC for family reunion.
Posted on May 21, 2009
Wow! It's a wonder you're still alive. Throw it in the trash, Buy another one, read the instructions thoroughly and put the manual with your favoritecookbooks and make yourself a cup of coffe with a perculator type coffee pot and chill out. The new one will come with a lid and whatever else you've broken throwing the oild one on the floor out of frustratration. Good Luck!!.
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
Well stocked hardware stores have knobs that fit the heat controls on units like the Corningware slow cooker. That's either a local hardware store or a "big box" store. And Radio Shack or another big electronics parts places might, too. Notice the shaft of the control. It's almost certainly round with a "flat spot" on it. The flat spot is manufactured on the shaft of the control so the knob will have a place to "grip" the shaft and not slip.The knobs are pretty standard in the electrical industry. They're used for stuff like light dimmers and such. If you can measure the shaft, you'll probably find it's 1/4" in diameter - a standard size. Call your local True Value or Ace Hardware and explain the problem. It's almost a sure bet that they've got a solution. Make a measurement and make a call. If they've got one, go ahead and pack your cooker in with you, just to be sure. They can check the fit. One trip is all it should take. The staff at the hardware store is waiting to help you. They want you to call.
Posted on Mar 18, 2010
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