Question about CorningWare Crock Pots & Slow Cookers
I have a slow cooker I really like with a frayed cord. I have wrapped the wound in electrical tape and used it without it flaming or sparking but I don't want to use it overnight in its current condition. I heard of liquid electrical tape but I would feel better just replacing the cord. Is that doable by a thumby guy like me?
Yes you should be able to replace this cord.
Start by a/ Getting the size of cord required, is it 1.5 or 2.5mm conductor size. Check the manufacturers rating plate to see wattage/power rating of the cooker.
b/ Check the cord, is it heat resisting type??
c/ Cut a piece off and take it to local diy electrical shop to get correct rating and type.
d/ ALWAYS SWITCH OFF BEFORE CHECKING ANYTHING.
Posted on Dec 01, 2014
I have luck sometimes at the Appliance parts store in my city. Check the yellow pages for "Appliances -Supplies and Parts"
Posted on Mar 06, 2010
I actually have a 'new in box' Corningware 6Qt Programmable Slow Cooker. If you'd be interested in purchasing .... I'd be willing to sell for $25 plus shipping. Please let me know.
Posted on May 07, 2010
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