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Broken ceramic insulator

Our farberware electric skillet has a broken insulator, which needs replacing. I've tried locating one online, but haven't succeeded. do you have a source for these parts?

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This is techcrazy

You have not provided with your place of residence. considering you to be stationed at USA i provide u with the following address

Po box 718 15940 minnesota avenue
paramount california usa 90723
email:sales@ceramics.com
tel no: 562-633-2045

kindly rate me on the above said solution

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