Question about Cars & Trucks
Most appliances that create heat have a thermal cutout in them as a safety device to prevent a fire. These normally blow if they get over the temperature rating printed on the component eg. 140 degrees C. Since few places repair inexpensive appliances anymore and the cost of labour out weighs the cost of the device... it is becoming traditional to throw things out and replace them with even cheaper ones that are being sold. I on the other hand being savvy tend to buy the $3 component from an electronic supply and repair it for family and friends or myself at no cost.
Posted on Oct 15, 2013
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