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most crock pots are made by the one manufacturer but with different names on them
measure the size of yours and any same shape with those dimensions will fit your unit
e-bay or cruise around the junk shops for lids
My knob melted off my crock pot... I was left with a screw and a nut.
I replaced my knob with a knob from another glass cover from a sause pan... works great. (and it's a nicer handle).
you can get a cheep pan with a glass cover from a dollar store or thrift shop.
hope this helps
Most of the reviews for this product state that the lid is a bad fit. It is as though they had leftover lids from another model and just used them in this one. A replacement lid will be the same unless you have one custom made...but for that price you'd just get a new crock pot. You will lose a lot of moisture and some foods will be a little dried out after slow cooking all day and losing steam. You can either cover the cracks as best you can when you set it to cook, or return it and buy a better model. You'll find this problem on Rival's 6 quart crock pot as well. Read the reviews before you make your next purchase.