Question about Kitchen Appliances - Others
The original power cord came with the element kit. The original kit does not complain to modern standards and it is not being sold or manufactured anymore.
The only way to find a replacement cord is by looking on Ebay or similar marketplaces for vintage items.
For about 20 Au$ you can buy a complete unit on Ebay, spare cable at the moment are not available.
Here a list.
Please notice that the Speedie Jug does not comply with modern safety standard, this is a nice vintage appliance, but it is not suitable for everyday usage. I agree that having the working unit with the power cord is much better.
I suggest bidding on one of the jugs with power cord, replacing the cord, and then eventually reselling the spare jug you got from Ebay, price is between $20 and $30.
Posted on Oct 01, 2010
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