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GIANI
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Posted Sat Jun 27, 2009, 8:34pm
Subject: Re: ELECTRIC CORD
 

HERE'S ANOTHER ONE OOPP'S sorry for yelling. machine-art.blogspot.com/2008/08/paradiso.html
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Posted Fri Jul 10, 2009, 9:00am
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GIANI Said:

my apologies, i am not that adroit at typing, it's much easier & faster for me to type in lower or upper case. i've been using a pc since 1995 & you are the first person to assume that i'm shouting, i'm not, i just have a handicap. thank you for welcoming me. i will type in lower case not to offend you. is that considered whispering. all in good humor.
thank you
gian

Posted June 26, 2009 link

Ok, good humor response, you should do well here if you decide to stay.

Try something like these
Click Here (electrical.hardwarestore.com)
or do an internet search for appliance cord replacement, you will get lots of hits!

As a last resort, you might look up appliance repair in the phone book. A local shop might be able to get you a cord or even rewire a new socket to the pot for a more common cord.

Oh, BTW, great looking pot! I can see why you want to get it going again!

 
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Posted Tue Nov 17, 2009, 3:14pm
Subject: Re: ELECTRIC CORD
 

Hi Giani,
Did you ever find your cord?  I have a working Zappia Paradiso and could probably upload a picture of the power cord and connector if it would be any help.  Also, did you happen to get any instructions with your pot?  I have a basic idea how it works, but would really like to look over a user manual.  Also, did it come with more than one basket?  The one I have only has one, and it is probably for a double shot.  Were there any other accessories I should know about?  
Thanks,
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Posted Sat Nov 21, 2009, 1:08pm
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It certainly sounds like a standard European 220v plug . . .

 
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Posted Sat Nov 21, 2009, 2:54pm
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SORRY JAMES ALL I GOT WAS THE POT NOTHING ELSE.
THANKS
JOHN
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GIANI
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Posted Sat Nov 21, 2009, 2:57pm
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WHERE CAN I GET ONE?
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Posted Sat Nov 21, 2009, 3:28pm
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All caps is considered shouting. Please turn the caps lock off in future post.

 
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Posted Mon Nov 23, 2009, 6:26am
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I looked at the cord I have, and saw that the connector is marked: "Peer 5A-250V 10A-125V".  Did a quick search and found 1 listed here in a batch of 6 cords:
Click Here (www.worthpoint.com)
I don't know if that's still available, but that might be what you are looking for.  
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Posted Mon Nov 23, 2009, 9:08am
Subject: Re: ELECTRIC CORD
 

This looks like the plug on my cord, including the strain relief:
Click Here (www.thecolonialshop.com)
My cord is just black, but this looks like it should work.
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GIANI
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Posted Mon Nov 23, 2009, 3:01pm
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hey gime, gime a break, haven't you got anything else to do? is your life so empty you have to play geek police? i apologize even tho i didn't write to you. .................by the way, why are you burglarizing my response to helpfull members? you want to help? find me a place i can buy my cord & i'll be out of your hair & sensitive ear's. have you noticed i've been writing without caps?     (whispering)
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