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Broken leg - need replacements

I have a GE Automatic Fry Pan Model # S2F which has been providing outstanding service for 40 + years. One of the bake-lite legs has broken making it difficult to use. Can you advise as to where I may obtain new legs or a recommended repair for this problem.

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  • dahanson May 10, 2009

    Yes I have the pieces to the broken leg.  I had previously tried to epoxy them together, however the epoxy did not do the job.

  • Samuel Charles Spriggs May 11, 2010

    Do you still have all the pieces of the leg and how many pieces are there?

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Bake lite is very hard to repair
but i ahve made this very repair using a varied amount of things with varied success
depending on where it broke yo may want to try gorilla glue
if clost to the bottom get som jb weld from your harware store this will do it it may not be prtty but it will work

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