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As far as being under warranty, that depends on when you bought it. If it is not covered any longer, go to replacements.com and search for your make and model. If you cannot find it there, try eBay. You can find just about anything on eBay.
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.
Go to the manufacturers website here (http://www.focuselectrics.com/catalog.cfm?dest=itempg&itemid=2255&secid=54&linkon=category&linkid=69) and you can order replacement parts for this model. Anything from the lid to the stoneware crock to the feet.
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.