Question about Kitchen Appliances - Others
I bought a rice cooker and used it about twenty times. Now, it doesn't register any power. I found the problem to be a faulty Thermal Fuse. (SF139E made by Chatham Components). However, their website indicates that there are in fact Counterfeit Fuses being distributed and used in finished products. I suspect that my Rice Cooker has a counterfeit fuse.
Where could i buy an individual replacement fuse. I live near New Orleans Louisiana. my zip code is 70001.
Link to Chatham Components.
I put your part number in a search on ebay and found 85 results. That would be the first place I would try. I have purchased many parts for appliances from different sellers and had no issues. You have buyers protections through ebay and paypal. I would want the part to be listed as new and from a supplier as opposed to some seller selling only one item.
Hope this helps. Good luck!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
yeah it has a short in it or just a wire lose from the heater.
open up and check. If you have an ohm meter check the heater. It should not be infinit
Posted on Jun 24, 2008
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