Question about Waring WWM200PC Waffle Maker
We were using our waffel iron this morning my husband went to turn the handel over to let it cook and it fell apart. Can we get replacment parts?
Go to the waring site, and look up the nearest dealer for repair and bring it to them. They should be able to contact waring for you and get you a replacement.
Posted on Apr 02, 2008
SOURCE: Broken shaft
I made a template of the shaft, cut out a sturdy piece of tin to straddle the break, and then screwed that piece in at both ends after securely fitting the break together. A lot of work, but the waffle maker works great!
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
SOURCE: waring pro wmk300
Hi this is Mark again. I received the thermal fuse and installed it yesterday. The waffle iron works great. To repair the waffle maker I removed the four screws on the lower griddle and removed the round stainless cover. I next snipped off the old fuse and purchased metal wire connectors from an auto parts store. It was actually an in line wire connector (tubular) and a removed the plastic outer shell. I stripped the ends of the black wire that the fuse was connected to and crimped the thermal fuse to the black wire. To make sure it wouldn't separate I soldered the connectors. I made sure that the white silicon tube was still in place during the process and that none of the wire was exposed. If the wires touch metal you will have a short. I then reassembled and plugged it in. Volia! Back in action and waffles for breakfast. It appears on my unit that the black wire may have grounded out and that is why the fuse blew. I don't know for sure. To be safe, I will be cooking my waffles on 3 instead of 3.5. I would have to say that either you need to be fairly handy or have a friend help you and buy them a beer.
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
SOURCE: Waring pro waffle maker
There are wires that are exposed because of poor wires that seem to crack under heat or oil or both I am calling the factory now that I have opened it up and found a FIRE HAZARD inside
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
SOURCE: Waffle Iron Sticking...HELP
I have had the same Vitantonio Model 1800 waffle maker for several years, and I've never had a sticking problem. My solution is a combination of the two above. I spray the grids with cooking spray before the first batch, but I don't need it after that because my preferred batter, which is from the Fannie Farmer Cookbook, has a lot of butter in it:
1 cup buttermilk
½ cup melted butter (cooled)
1⅓ tablespoons sugar
⅓ teaspoon salt
½ teaspoon baking soda
1⅓ teaspoons baking powder
1 cup flour
¼ cup milk (if needed)
1. Beat eggs in large bowl with wire whisk until well blended.
2. Add buttermilk and mix well
3. Add melted butter and mix well.
4. Add sugar and salt and mix well.
5. Add baking soda and baking powder and mix until just blended in.
6. Add flour and mix until just smooth; do not over beat.
7. If batter seems rather thick, add a little milk to thin it.
8. Bake in hot waffle iron until crisp and golden (I use the highest setting on the Vitantonio 1800 and wait until the green light comes on before removing).
9. Serve with warm maple syrup and berries, if desired.
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
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