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Look on ebay. I think there are a number of other models that will fit. Though physically different they seem to be of the same configuration. Inquire first of exact dimensions of probe length and distance between holes.
Hi ,,, replacement cords for counter top appliances can be found at most appliance or building supply stores. Try Home Depot, Ace, Lowes. Take the unit with you to make sure you are getting the correct cord.
Hello .. that shock indicates that there is a problem in the grounding of your electric circuit. You can use a plug in circuit tester to get a more accurate reading of the integrity of the circuit. The grounds in the circuit should be physically checked. If there is no ground wire in your circuit, then you can install a GFCI receptacle for your personal protection.
You can find replacement cords for many counter top appliances at most appliance and building supply stores. Try Ace, Home Depot, Lowes. Take the cooker with you to make sure you are getting the correct cord.
Hello: We just had one of those exact heat controls and sold it in our ebay store, I can send you some photos to compare the controls. That specific heat control model is very hard to find and normally you do not see them, I have not found them anywhere else.
We have a cookware store on ebay for the last 5 years and carry some replacement parts for the vintage appliances - you can email me through the ebay store - our ebay store ID is bestcookwareforless! (with the exclamation point at the end) or email me email@example.com I will add you to my customer wanted items list. We get excellent pre-owned used heat controls in all the time and are more than happy to help our customers locate a specific one.
All is not lost, so don't throw out your favorite Hoover skillet - they are built like a tank, made to last and very hard to find nowdays. Keep her and get her a new heat control and she will last another 50 years (smile).
This is quite a comprehensive list of small appliance part suppliers. I recommend you go to this site, once it opens in your web browser, press "Ctrl f" which will open a little word search window. Type in "rival" in the space and click "next". Each time you press next "rival" will be highlighted in the next company that sells their parts. You should then be able to find the web-site for that company by scrolling down a bit further. http://www.jneuhaus.com/appliance/index.htm Happy Hunting. If you found this useful, please vote. Thanks.