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If you want to check to see if the cracks are in the glazed area, try beet juice swirled around in the liner. Rinse the liner out with some water. If you see the juice in the cracks after rinsing, it's probably time to look for a replacement liner. Bacteria will find a way out of these cracks and into your food while cooking.
Go to this site http://www.crock-pot.com/CustomerService.aspx?id=rpt and put in your model number (located on the bottom of the unit) and you can order the liner and other parts for your crock pot. The cost is $15.00 plus shipping and applicable tax.
I have a round, forest green stoneware liner for a Rival crock pot. The liner has no divider. The liner has no chips or cracks. Sorry but I cannot remember to which model number this stoneware liner fit; but I can tell you that the Rival crock pot I had was either a 5 to 6 quart and it fit a plastic lid.