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Go to Westbend.com and download the instructions from there. I already went and this is the direct PDF file for it: http://westbend.com/media/catalog/product/doc/microsoft_word_-_l5474-skillet_care_and_use.pdf
Apparently you're not the only person to have trouble obtaining this part. I've read that GE does not make the power cord / thermostat assembly available for purchase separately, but you could consult the GE support page to contact them directly to see if they have other options available to you.
I found a reference here on FixYa that someone else wrote about and they were provided the following number to call: 877-207-0923
This will connect you to the GE / Walmart customer service group. Apparently, you must have purchased the appliance at Walmart for this group to help you out. Of course, if you say you bought it at Walmart - and they never sold that model - you won't get any help. Apparently Walmart has a pretty liberal return / replacement policy, so it can't hurt to try.
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Hi, Your skillet is either defective or someone has left it on high with nothing in it. Either way, if it is still under warrenty, I would try and return it. As there is some debate about the toxicity of teflon, I would be very careful about using this unit any further.
If you are going to keep the skillet, try using steel wool to remove the loose teflon, maybe even sanding it all off if you want, then polish with fine steel wool and use the skillet as a regular uncoated electric fry pan.
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This is quite a comprehensive list of small appliance part suppliers. I recommend you go to this site, once it opens in your web browser, press "Ctrl f" which will open a little word search window. Type in "rival" in the space and click "next". Each time you press next "rival" will be highlighted in the next company that sells their parts. You should then be able to find the web-site for that company by scrolling down a bit further. http://www.jneuhaus.com/appliance/index.htm Happy Hunting. If you found this useful, please vote. Thanks.
I lost my power cord for my Electric skillet and called Wal-Mart number on the back of the skillet and they said it would be able to be exchanged for a new skillet with a cord if purchased within 2 years even without a receipt or a box :-)