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Need an Insert Nut

Need to find an insert nut for this model. I have the part number, I just cannot find where to go to order it. Any solutions would be greatly appreciated.

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  • Amber Bowling Nov 14, 2006

    Sorry, it is the 710 Model. Thanks!

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I would try ProductsAmerica.com. By now this has probably been resolved...

Posted on Jun 13, 2007

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Go to loews or home depot. They have insert nuts that will fit it. Take one with you to compare.

Posted on Jun 23, 2007

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