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Comments about Commercial Electric Chafer/Fry Pan Thermostat & Power Cord:
I'm trying to find a plug to replace the worn out plug for an old, but very good, Westinghouse electric frypan.
The only one Tundrea has in stock will not fit.
Had to return it.
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Q:Can you tell me if the pin to pin measurement is 9/16th? Are the watts 1500? Is it a 110-120 AC only plug in. I have an old Westbend Lectromaid/ Miracle Maid skillet and the Catalog # is 13669 and it uses a WB#1 controller. Thanks
A:The pin length is 2 3/8" and it is 120V and 1500W.
A:I have several of these and they work well on the several pans i use them with. The rating is listed at 1650 watts measurement is 1 8/16ths and would probably work well on your 1 9/16ths pans. I pretty much replaced all my controllers to this one.
Q:I need a replacement plug for my electric wolf gang puck grill/griddle modle # CCRG0030 and want to know if this plug will fit it ?
A:For help with your model please contact the manufacturer directly.
Q:will this cord work fro my maxim 1600 watt model ew-70 stir fry wok?
A:Thanks for reaching out to Tundra Restaurant Supply with your question Bill.
Q:Will this Thermostat and Power Cord plug into my Fry Pan Toastmaster, model TG15WK. Listed Griddle 442A ?
A:Honestly, we have no records of TG15WK, but this is a pretty universal part for home griddle type products. It will probably fit the Listed Griddle 442A.
Q:will this cord plug into a very old westinghouse electric griddle? The info on my plug reads: 1500 watts, 110-120 volts ac only, E29583 9906
A:This probe does fit many brands but I am not positive about Westinghouse. The probe is 5.5" x 6.9" x 7.3" and has a 1 3/8" spacing between terminals (see below). It is generally used as a replacement on Presto electrical appliances but is universal. If you would like to try it out, you can order it and send it back if it does not fit. (Return Policy: http://www.etundra.com/Returns.html) Otherwise, I recommend contacting the manufacturer of your griddle, Westinghouse, and ask if they still make replacement parts for your model.