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Where can I purchase parts for my nostalgia electrics buffet, I need pans

I need the pans

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Hi, I believe that one can have the coating stripped off, and re-applied, however it would be expensive. If you wish to pursue this avenue then have a search on the 'net for suppliers that can do the task.
Otherwise contact the manufacturer and they maybe able to assist you. link below.
www.nostalgiaelectrics.com/

Posted on Feb 24, 2011

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