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I have a Tricity TSC09 6 litre Slow Cooker and I just love it . I smashed the lid and was so gutted I tried for hours online to find a replacement lid with no luck. I went shopping and bought a very cheap 6 to 7 Quart or 6 to 6.5 litre Slow cooker / Crock pot of the same shape the removable pot and lid fit. I bought a cookworks, signature, 24 euro 6.5 litre oval dog standard slow cooker and now I also have a removable pot replacement as well just in case I smash that too. Try buying a very cheap one of the same size and shape even a pot and lid a little bigger than mine still fit .
Rival replacement parts are sold through crock-pot.com. They show 3 different versions of cooker with your model number, so pick the one you have. Each has a different stoneware, and two of them are out of stock. Hopefully you have the model for which the replacement is in stock. If not, they have a contact link so you can get more information from them.
The factory could probably ship you a new Stoneware pot, but the cost of the pot plus the shipping cost for that heavy item would probably be as much as a new unit. My suggestion is to replace the whole cooker.
I have a round, forest green stoneware liner for a Rival crock pot. The liner has no divider. The liner has no chips or cracks. Sorry but I cannot remember to which model number this stoneware liner fit; but I can tell you that the Rival crock pot I had was either a 5 to 6 quart and it fit a plastic lid.