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asked by Mike Zupan on June 20, 2008
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I found them online at Classic Kitchens and More (http://www.classickitchensandmore.com/corning-pyrex-storage-covers-c-10.html).
I ordered some 2 or 3 years ago and they need to be replaced again. Not sure if this is because we routinely put them through the dishwasher? - or occasionally used them in the freezer? In any case they are good replacements and we use these containers daily, but they last no longer than the originals.
K. Zaruba answered on October 4, 2009
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You can also find replacement lids at shopworldkitchen.com
William Hickson answered on November 9, 2009
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Anchor Hocking does sell replacement lids online and offers free shipping on replacement lids. Lid prices range from $1 to $3. https://www.anchoronline.com/replacements.html
Sarah Adams answered on January 31, 2011
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Thank you Sarah Adams! I just ordered a lid for my 4-cup Pyrex from www.anchoronline.com/replacements.html (I saw an earlier post from K. Zaruba stating that the Pyrex & Anchor Hocking lids are interchangeable) and it only cost $1.50 and free shipping! That's the cheapest I've found anywhere. Thanks again!
Swidgen answered on February 1, 2011
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Sue,
In my experience the Anchor Hocking containers work with the same lids as the Pyrex. Try the classickitchensandmore.com or shopworldkitchen.com websites.
K. Zaruba answered on February 7, 2010
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https://www.anchoronline.com/replacements.html?limit=all
A. Kakarala answered on September 16, 2010
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I just spoke with Anchor Hocking customer service. Beginning September 1st, 2010 you will be able to order replacement lids via their website. In the meantime they replaced a 2 c lid for me today over the phone.
B. Erickson answered on August 9, 2010
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I had the same problem with my Anchor Hocking square bakers...I went to their website and sent an e-mail to customer support..they responded they don't sell replacement lids but they did offer to replace the lids if I could supply them with the ZLID number on the bottom of the lids.....I still had the number for the square bakers since I hadn't discarded them...unforturnately I had discarded the torn lids for the round 2 cup storage container... I'm hoping they have the ZLID numbers for them and will still replace them...
G. Dean answered on March 23, 2010
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How is it that so many people need replacement lids? My problem isn't that I'm losing them, it's that the lids constantly tear. One of my lids (1.75 qt) is so warped and has such a prominent tear that I can't store liquids in it anymore, for fear of spilling. I'm surprised that Anchor hasn't come up with better-quality lids for such popular containers. Furthermore, think of the environmental impact of tossing away all those faulty lids!
C. Sclauzero answered on March 15, 2011
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The 2 cup lid is ZLID1903-AH
CelticinColumbia answered on July 25, 2010
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