Hobart medalist L20 is it appropriate mixer for doe?
Hello, I would appreciate if you could give me some info you might know of the "Medalist" brand of Hobart, specifically the L20. I have been contemplating in getting one but someone has said it was built only for pastries and not for doe.
Any info would be appreciated.
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hello I have a ht-e15 model heat press machine that I bought off of ebay I just took it out of the box and cant get it to come on it didn't come with a manual so I don't know if I am doing something wrong could you please help me
Hi Tracy, I need more information if i am to try and help ! e.g. approx size and shape, what is the facia like, does it have a cage and element or does it have the new style gauze and kettle element coil ? At a guess i would say it has the old cage and element ( this is a ring covered in viterous enamel and it has slots all the way around, just behind this is a bright silver coloured element which looks like it has vertical slots.A common problem is the coating of the outer cage breaks up and this causes a dead short on the machine which either blows a fuse or even worse does not blow a fuse and tries to heat up like an electric fire!!! Without knowing the machine i could not say for sure but i think the outer cage that holds the element is at fault, but unfortunately normally when this goes to dead short it normally takes out the heat control as well. But there is a way to test this. let me know more info !!!!
Is this is a 115 volt heater plugged into an outlet? Check the outlet with a working lamp. If it doesn't work either, check the appropriate breaker in the house electrical panel--push off, then on. Check the breaker rating against the heater rating. The breaker should be rated around 20% greater. If this a 230 volt wired-in heater, check the appropriate twin breakers as above. If the above doesn't solve the problem, then remove the heater cover (after removing power) and look for an open thermal overload switch.