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I bought a used avanti freezer model # cf2010 and it didnt come with a drain plug. Where can I get one?

Model number cf2010. i need to buy a drain plug, biut cannot find one anywhere.

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Most appliance stores can order you one , if you have your model # and serial number,, or you can do a search on www.amazon.com

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