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Kitchenetics motorized spice rack

I would like to purchase a motorized spice rack made by kitechenetics, or any other mfg. that makes a motorized spice rack

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  • anneykao Mar 02, 2009

    I'm also interested if anyone knows where to find one...

  • plutocooks Apr 18, 2009

    I have the same problem. Love my current one!

  • imacordes May 23, 2009

    Looking for a Kitchenetics motorized revolving spice rack. Mine quit working after many years.


  • Debbie T Mar 29, 2012

    Me too. Mine just quit, too. Where can we get a replacement motor? Love this. Best product ever.

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