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Broken piece connecting timer and thermostat

The black, plastic piece that connects the timer shaft to the thermostat is broken (underneath the hood assembly). When fully assembled, the shaft doesn't fit into the broken piece to set timer and thermostat. I just need to know how I can get a new piece. Thank you.

Posted by Jimmy Wright Jr on

  • Anonymous Feb 23, 2009

    What is with the George Foreman Appliances?...They sell the grill as an
    indestructible, lifetime appliance that will never need any replacement
    parts! When you go to their site they even tell you that they do not
    offer any parts for their products.. Searching the net is a waste of
    time since nobody can offer any parts either! Lose a part for your
    $100.00 grill and just toss it out and buy another! Go Figure!


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These are the guys you need to speak to; 1-800-233-9054 Hope this helps - please ask again if you get no luck from them :)

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