Question about Rival Kitchen Appliances - Others
Personally, I would go to your local Goodwill or Salvation Army store.
Larger stores will have more cords. Every one I have ever been in has a shelf,
box, or wall with just cords, and most fryer cords are very common..
They are usually near the electronic items. If they are not displayed, ask.
As a last resort, you could also google the manufacturer, and visit their website.
It's where I go to find them, and I am rarely disappointed.
Good luck to you!
Posted on Apr 02, 2011
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