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Power Cord with heat control where can I find a replacement

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You can find vintage small appliance replacement parts here. As of the time I'm answering this, there is a WB#1 heat control cord. http://www.etsy.com/shop/lauraslastditch?section_id=8148638

I hope this helps!

Posted on May 28, 2011

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    Linda Bauer Nov 29, 2015

    Thanks, Laura for your suggestion. I think I will buy a new skillet since the power cord I wanted to replace started on fire and when I think about it, I think the skillet probably needs replacing.

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