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Rotisserie spits for chicken, how do I get replacements.

It's the spits that rotate the meat being cooked

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Fixya does not sell replacement spits and is unable to identify sources.

Posted on Aug 11, 2017

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SOURCE: I need the farberware rotisserie manual suggested

All Farberware Rotisserie Manuals are available for download at http://openhearth.info. The manual that has the prime rib recipe is http://openhearth.info/450.htm . However, I have tried this recipe, and if cooked according to those instructions, the prime rib will be overdone. I take mine off at a much lower temperature to allow for carry-over cooking. These rotisseries make the BEST prime rib!

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SOURCE: I bought a Euro Pro TO242RW convection oven and

Have you tried to find the Euro Pro website to look there? Have you searched on the internet using Euro Pro, model,and the word manual because there are sites that offer manuals on products. And the same thing for the rotisserie part. Maybe doing that will give you leads to look further if need be.

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SOURCE: Bought the GE Rotisserie oven

Visit http:///www.gehousewares.com/Customer_Assistance.aspx,
you will be able to find there how to order parts.

Regards.

Posted on Jun 18, 2011

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