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Help Find My Slow Cooker Model Number
Like with everything else on our site, the best way to find the right parts for your slow cooker is to begin with the model number. You can find the number in your owner’s manual or the original box if those are still kicking around. But let’s face it, they probably aren’t. So you’ll have to search a bit on your cooker to find the information you need.

Check the backs and sides of the unit for a metal tag or sticker with the information you seek. If you don’t see the number there, check underneath the unit. On some cookers you can find the model number on the nameplate along with the manufacturer’s name.

Once you’ve found that number, just enter it above to bring up a list of parts specific to your machine. If you’re still having trouble, just give us a call and one of our reps will happily help you find the info you need.
Slow Cooker Knowledge Center
So you need to replace the cord, or maybe the heating element, in your slow cooker? Sure, if all you’re doing is replacing a knob, you won’t have much trouble. But those other repairs can get pretty tricky pretty quickly. Luckily, you don’t have to walk into your next repair blindfolded. That’s because we’re here to help.

Check out our Repair Center where you can find hundreds of how-to articles that outline every step in your repair. The articles include pictures and video to help your repairs go smoothly from the start. If you don’t find a solution there, you can check our forums where a community of DIY experts gathers to share their knowledge and help each other with repairs. With you’re covered from the start of your repair all the way to the finish.
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Slow Cooker Spare Parts Shipped Fast
We know what a pain it can be when your slow cooker stops working--especially if you use it in a professional setting. So much for that chili, for those stews, for all the other foods you love using your slow cooker to prepare. Luckily, you don’t have to buy an expensive replacement or wait weeks on an expensive repair shop.

That’s because all our in-stock parts ship within one business day. And we have thousands of parts for appliances, including slow cookers. That means you’ll spend less time waiting to get down and dirty again in your kitchen.

If you don’t see the part you need on our site, we may still be able to help since we can arrange for special orders. Just give us a call and we’ll do everything we can to help you get cookin’ again.
Take Your Time
The first slow cookers were developed by the Naxon Utilities company in Chicago in 1970. Since then, we’ve seen innovations such as stone inserts that made the appliances easier to clean. Many manufacturers make slow cookers, but whatever brand you use, enjoy the flavors that only come out after cooking for hours and hours on end.