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If it is not practical to glue the base back together with metal-filled epoxy (e. g., J-B Weld), then consider whether you can adapt the hardware to a custom wood base. If you are not comfortable with your woodworking skills, any cabinet shop could probably make a base for you. Be sure to include space for the base weight in the bottom of the wood plate, and specify that it must be capable of supporting the set. (The entire weight of the set including the original stand is 50.7 pounds; subtract the weight of the stand to find the minimum support capacity.) If the vertical arm broke, it may be better to replace it with steel or aluminum channel or tubing.
If the original stand mount scheme is not amenable to a hardwood base, you can build a stand to use the wall mount holes in the back. Be sure to offset the base weight forward enough so the weight of the mounting bracket doesn't tend to tip the set backwards.
If this is what you odered then it will fit. It might be it only fits in one position so rotate it until it goes in. It is a snug fit so make sure the base is cleaned out of any flour etc, then press it into place.