Cooker problem

Old Apr 27th 2008, 6:14 am
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I have a broken timer nob on our cooker, does anybody know where I can get a replacement one from. We live in Chiclana de la Frontera
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Old Apr 27th 2008, 6:21 am
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Originally Posted by tawaghorne
I have a broken timer nob on our cooker, does anybody know where I can get a replacement one from. We live in Chiclana de la Frontera
I'd flippantly say a cooker nob shop normally

Why dont you google the make of the cooker, get on the site, and then find the most local parts supplier? Or contact the place you bought it from and ask them
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From my experience here, I have never found a "bits and pieces" shop like I knew in the UK to do self repairs. All domestic appliances seem to repaired, checked, serviced etc by general technical places. There are a few good mail order sites in the UK which I have found to be excellent value for spares.
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You would be surprised what you can find if you have a hunt around the ferreterias. And ask, they usually have catalogs you can order from
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Theres a few nobs on this forum
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Theres a few nobs on this forum
RM is a prime example!
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