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Electric frypan I received one of your electric frypans for xmas. The entire coating is rubbed off. The pan is a mess and everything sticks to it. The pan is not flat on the bottom so the oil is not distributed evenly. I have used many products with no stick surfaces and have never had this problem before. This pan costs approx. $70. and so should last a little longer.

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    I have exactly the same problem.

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You can make or try to send this to a recoating company


www.thomasnet.com

for a fresh coating

cheers

Posted on Sep 13, 2008

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