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I found that a standard cord fits the Wel-bilt. Just measure the prongs or the receptors center to center and search for percolator coffee pot cords.

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The latest number I have for Welbilt is 516-365-5040. I believe they were bought out by Enodis.


If that doesn't work, you could call your local Sears or Wal-Mart and ask if they have a number.

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Many of the urn-type coffee pots have problems with the power cord breaking where it goes into the pot. To fix this, you need to remove the bottom, cut the cord where it is broken (on the outside of the pot), strip it back to match the part of the cord remaining inside the pot and crimp on new terminals of the same kind used on the original ends. The hardest part is squeezing the strain relief clamp where the cord enters the pot to remove it, and putting it back on. Study it carefully as it you remove it from the cord so you know how it works. To avoid a repeat of the same problem (and buying a new cord), be careful not twist the cord or bend it too tightly at the strain relief. NOTE: one of the wires in the power cord has a rib on the outer jacket. This is the neutral wire. Make sure it connects to the same place inside the pot as the original neutral.

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