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I need 120 v 1500 WATT TRIANGULAR FLANGED 2 PRONG HEATING ELEMENT FOR A PUBV1

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You can check with Espressopartsnw.com or crossroads espresso(coffeestuff.com) they are the pavoni distributors.

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