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Replacement rings for Victorio strainer

Posted by ltilton 5 (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 11, 12 at 12:59

I can't find a source for replacement rubber rings for my strainer, and the ring I've got is getting pretty worn.

Anyone know where to order these?


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RE: Replacement rings for Victorio strainer

I'm sure there are other sources but mendingshed.com is where I got all my parts. They have all the parts for both the 200 and the Model 250.

Dave

Here is a link that might be useful: Mending Shed


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RE: Replacement rings for Victorio strainer

Thanks, Dave.


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RE: Replacement rings for Victorio strainer

  • Posted by bcskye 5 Brn.Co., IN (My Page) on
    Wed, Sep 12, 12 at 22:27

Watch for them on ebay, too. I got the berry screen for mine on there for a very low price.


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RE: Replacement rings for Victorio strainer

Thanks! I need one, too.


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RE: Replacement rings for Victorio strainer

Found the actual website

www.victorioproducts.com

Mine was made by Villaware, but they don't do them anymore.

Here is a link that might be useful: Victorio Products


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RE: Replacement rings for Victorio strainer

Yep, just a noticeable difference in prices and shipping rates.

Dave


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RE: Replacement rings for Victorio strainer

By rings, do you mean the rubber/silicone gaskets? If yes, take a rubber canning jar seal (for bail-type canning jars), cut the 'tab' off and have at it. I've used them for more than 25 years - replacing whenever the old one became worn. I also double the gasket: one in the usual place and another OVER the screen before the 'hood' is put on. Cuts down on splashout.


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