Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Champion Juicer Detachable Motor Cord Needed.


Just in case you see this somewhere on the internet or in one of your cluttered drawers :o) let me know about it. One company (Gourmet Depot) claims to have it on backorder..(that could take more months than I want them to hold my money). The company that made my Champion claims it is now not available :o(...also anything before 1975 mine was bought 1973 :o(   There are a lot of parts still available on EBAY, just not the detachable cord. I'll just do as Daisy suggested..wrap the frayed parts with electrical tape, until I can do better...



17 comments:

Eggs In My Pocket said...

Ginny, you might check ebay.......there is so much to find on there. Good luck! blessings,Kathleen

Gingerbreadshouse7 said...

Kathleen, I'm still looking in on EBAY, but I haven't had much luck with just the detachable motor cord only..

Annie's Granny said...

Hmmmm, I'd think someone would be able to use those existing ends and wire a new cord in between them. Send for EG!

Mama-Bug said...

Ginny see if you can find a shop that sells electrical supplies they ususally carry all kinds of stuff and may possibly have a cord that will work. Take the old cord with you for them to match up. Hope this helps.

Daisy said...

Ginny, I hope you can find a replacement for it somewhere. It would be safer to do that. Good luck.

Gingerbreadshouse7 said...

Annie's Granny, :o) I'm sure EG could hook up something, he's a good inventor.

Mama Bug. I'll have to take that cord with me so they can see what I'm talking about..I don't want them to give me something that "might work".

Daisy, there is got to be a replacement somewhere, and I'll just keep trying until I find it (or something :o)..

lil red hen said...

I came to your blog from Eggs in my Pocket, and found it to be very interesting. You are one busy lady, with all the canning and freezing you do. Those pears look wonderful! I'd like to be your neighbor. :)

Jody said...

What lengths a person will go to for a good juicer! Yours sounds like a keeper.

Gingerbreadshouse7 said...

lil red hen, yep! this time of year I'm very busy with the harvest from my "Almost an Acre" farm :o)

Jody, my juicer is worth it's weight in how it gets my work done quickly and neatly..there has got to be a detachable cord some where out there.

Engineeredgarden said...

No need to fret over a damaged cord. Just mail it to me, and you may be surprised at the condition of it when ya get it back. :) Give me your email, and i'll send my postal address......

Annie's Granny said...

YAY! I knew EG would come through for you!

Gingerbreadshouse7 said...

EG..I sent you an email ..That's a good offer and I'm going to take you up on it ..soon as I get more tomatoes done and some pesto.

Annie's Granny, When he sees that cord he will think Jude got hold of it :o) I'll tell him Annie did it :o)

SeashoreShell said...

Hi there! I am in the same situation - need to repair the cord on a 1971 Champion. Both ends are good, but there is damage in the middle. If EG's repair did the trick for you, do you have his email?

Thanks!

SeashoreShell said...

Hello! I'm in the same predicament - need repair on an old Champion cord like this. The ends are good, but the middle cord has been crushed. If EG's repair did the trick for you, could you send me his email?

Thanks!

Harris Anderson said...

Hi all,
Is there anyone that can teach us oh how to repair some electrical supplies?

Harris Anderson said...

Hi all,
Is there anyone that can teach us oh how to repair some electrical supplies?

Harris Anderson said...

Hi all,
Is there anyone that can teach us oh how to repair some electrical supplies?