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I had a fire in a home and the knobs got damaged beyond using and I need to get replacements and can not find them. Can you help?

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    Rick Ead May 11, 2010

    have you tried contacting directly to the manufacturer? Are the knobs dicontinued? the manufacturer willbe able to tell you if they still make the part if they dont then it may be a long search on many sites



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Try the garland website

you should be able to get them from this site if you can't find the parts you need just contact their service and parts dept.
hope this helps

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