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Non-Stick Surface is coming off

I would like to replace the non-stick grill part of my Flama Grill. How do I get these replacement parts?

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  • rymar Nov 12, 2008

    I would like to replace the two non-stick grills for the Flama G1600 Indoor Grill. The surface has begun to wear off, afer years of use.



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I do believe that you can contact the distributor in your area, or you can contact the manufacturer directly in Europe that will forward you to the nearest part supplier, do not forget to tell them where you live (city is enought) you have their contact in their webpage .

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