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How do I find insert replacement for my Crofton Turkey Roaster Oven

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There should be a model and serial number somewhere on the unit. if you lost the owners manual you can go online to various supply house that carry your parts. Just type in Crofton Turkey Roaster Oven Model #....... and search for your part.

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Page 4:
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