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I need to replace the thermostat in an electrical cooking range - a Zoppas class 21, Model 21 645. I am based in Ireland but could access parts in the UK. The identifying plate on the cooking range has this series of numbers: 220674 21 645 850 C 27 06 7704 220 380 3 50 17500 I look forward to hearing from you. Billy Gardiner.

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You can place your order online on this website

http://www.partspares.co.uk/

They have the thermostat available and they used to send in ireland.


Thanks.

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