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I need new knobs for collonial green creda gas hob tried internet 20 each can i use a cheaper black one. i need four

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You can use any knobs that fit the shafts/ creda is very expensive . robert shaw has replacment knobs . but make sure the shaft size is correct . if its gas the standard ( D ) style will work .. mm cost afout 19.00 for a set of 4 .. mm

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