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Giottoking
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Posted Wed Mar 5, 2014, 10:55am
Subject: Heating element for Giotto.
 

I need to buy a 110v replacement heating element for my Rocket Giotto Premium Plus.  It came with a 1200w element but I have noticed newer machines are being shipped with this same design but in a 1400w version.  Would you recommend the 1400w as a replacement for my machine and who is the best supplier for this part?

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Posted Thu Mar 6, 2014, 12:06pm
Subject: Re: Heating element for Giotto.
 

As no one else is offering an answer I'll make a suggestion. Give Chris' coffee a call, they should be able to answer your questions and fix you up with the part you need.
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