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Sunbeam Outdated Parts

I have a vintage Sunbeam Waffle Baker & Grill, Model TCGL-2, and need a clasp that fastens the grid to the bottom of the appliance . Any idea where this part might be found?

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I made one for mine out of an alum pull top off some can. Just take a little cutting and
bending. Before making I just made sure the top grid had one and when lifting up the top
used a fork to hold down the bottom when necessary

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I guess you will have to make or get mone made up for you. You will not I venture be able to get one off the shelf.

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