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I bought the roaster about 3 years ago and it has started started blistering and is pitted on the inside and is starting to rust. Can you please let me know if there is anywhere in South African (Gauteng Province) where I can have it recoated. Thanks. Bets van der Straaten.
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Posted on Jul 28, 2008
True stainless steel will not rust, but it can get rust stained, which could be removed. Without any further info about your situation, I'd have to guess that you have a high iron content in your water supply, and thus rust issues with your sinks, etc., unless you have a good iron reducing softener and the water to the refrig is not running through that softener. Again, without further info, I'm guessing the rust issue is at or below the water dispenser area. Keeping the water from spilling over the drip tray will help. You might try Wink rust remover, but do test it on an inconspicuous area first to make sure it will not adversely affect the finish in a visible area.
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
go back to where you got it from the paint should not come off after such a short time same as the grates .
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
After we got over our anger of Nesco/American Harvest using 'insurance reasons' for not selling the drive belt to repair our roaster, we went to Office Max and purchased a bag of (10 @ $2.44) Alliance 'X-Treme' file bands (good ol rubber bands) they are 7" stretchable in size, and these particular ones are the new EPDM formula, which adds durability, last longer and is latex free so they don't dry out. This was extremely easy to fix vs packing and sending the complete unit to WI and then paying twenty some dollars for repair and waiting three weeks plus for return not to mention postage to and from. I've roasted three batches (including testing) so far and we are on the same rubber band. Works very well for us
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
The closest thing to what you are looking for is Secoa Technology - Dalton, GA Phone: 706-272-0133 Fax: 706-272-0135 You may need to call and see if they do recoating
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
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