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Had the same problem and cord wiggling worked for a while then no lights anyway I tried. I opened up the handle, and the 3 screws below the handle, to disassemble that part and looked into the little circuit board. The little on/off switch worked directly from the cb so just re-seated everything and Wiola! it works now. Seems like the little silver on/off button at the top loses contact with the actual switch inside and in my case re-seating restored that contact.
That is probably a thermal fuse. It is designed to open and stop heaters from working incase of over heat condition.
Meaning if you did not leave the appliance on too long with nothiung in it, the thermostat may be not opening at correct temp or the fuse was in a place where it got over heated or the fuse was weak.
You can replace it 1 time see if it worked ok but if it goes out again and you didn't see anything this time best replace it. Especially if under $50.00. Thermostat will probably run 1/2 of that. Thermal fuse 3 to 10. Try a heating AC parts store and take the old party with you.
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Thoroughly clean with warm soapy water, that is the surfaces where the waffle will sit then thoroughly dry plug it in have your mix remade when it starts heating up pour some batter on as a tester in the center of the lower grill close the lid and watch the steam when the steam starts to slow down your waffle is cooked depending on how done you like them you either take it out as the steam is slowing down or when there is very little steam, there is a lot of trial and error with a waffle maker and after using it a couple of times you will get the hang of it and know precisely or know closer to how long you like it to cook. Good luck and let me know how it works out.
WHEN THE LIGHT GOES OFF THE PLATES ARE HOT . so the light must be off to add your mix . then time ...... most waffles are done in 2 to 3 mins and your done remove waffle but dont add more batter untill the light is off if this answer helped please rate it 3 or 4 stars , this high rateing will help keep me in the paid answer department thank you
When making a waffle have your batter made plug in your maker and get it started heating if there is a light it will go off whenit is hot enough if not wait aprox 2-3 minutes at the most 5 then spay or brush the inside of the plates with a nonstick cooking spray or brush with butter then pour your batter in the center of the bottom plate and close the lid it should start steaming right away watch the steam it is a never fail indicater of how done your waffle is the less steam the more done your waffle is, there is a lot of trial and error with waffle makers, you should spay or brush between each waffle or they will stick. Let me know how it all cooks out. goofballlovers
Lots of appliance makers include a 1 800 number with the paperwork that comes with an appliance.
I would try to find that number and call them. They owe you a replacement unit. If you can't find the number do a Google search for Waring and they should have a tel number and/or a "contact us" place to send and email.
I had an e1 error, the fan was spinning but the compressor dosen't. I don't know witch step i made fix the problem but try it. I unplug the air conditioning for few minutes, unplug the control panel, get every thingsback and it's work fine.I wish that can help youFrançois