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I have the Michael Graves whistling teapot with the spinning piece on the pour spout. I received it as a gift -just this past Christmas. The blue piece on the spout that supports the spinner is cracked and will not hold fast. Is there a replacement part or a place I can sent the whole teapot for either a fix or replacement? Thank you so much for your help! I only used the teapot about 4 times when the spinner just fell off!! Boo - hoo! I lvoe the teapot!!

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