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Until you find the correct leg (via fabre wares website) you could get by with finding a screw that fits inside where the leg attaches, drill out a chunk of wood that you measured to make sure its the right height, insert the screw thru the drilled hole and attach the new temp leg to the frying pan.
Assuming you have already checked with the manufacturer's website or phone contact, I would suggest you check out ereplacements<dot>com. I have found almost all of the so-called 'orphan' appliance parts I have needed with them. If they don't have this item, do a web search on 'Hoover fry pan cord replacement' and see what you get. Something on a search like this has always gotten me what I've been unable to find otherwise. Good fishing.
Hi ,,, replacement cords for counter top appliances can be found at most appliance or building supply stores. Try Home Depot, Ace, Lowes. Take the unit with you to make sure you are getting the correct cord.
bake lite is very hard to repair
but i ahve made this very repair using a varied amount of things with varied success
depending on where it broke yo may want to try gorilla glue
if clost to the bottom get som jb weld from your harware store this will do it it may not be prtty but it will work