Hot Air Gun (Power Tools made China) M z 6118-Bad function
Resistences are good. But only works on the first position,the lowest.
It seems to me that the problem is the TRIAC X 23 46 (pot:B 80 K double. The ventilator is good. Just don`t increase hot on superiors position of yhe dial.
Excuseme may poor English.
May I to obtein the TRIAC original? Or are there some any way for this problem?
Thnaks a lot.
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Smoking and overheating are geneally caused by overuse. Consult your use and care guide or Kitchenaid Customer Service to ensure the mixer is being used properly. Customer Service would also be able to send you a new Use and Care Guide at no charge.
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