Question about Cuisinart GR-4 Griddler
After plugging in the unit and turning on the main selector switch, the small light in the switch turns red. I believe this is normal. The problem is the other two dials (depending on witch on I select) light up green! I read the manual and it tells me; when the thermostat has reached operating temperature, a green indicator light inside the chosen control will indicate that the griddler is ready for cooking. The griddler never heats up, is the thermostat telling the unit that it?s already hot? If so where could I get a new part? I bought two of these units and they both have the identical problem. They are supposed to be factory reconditioned. Any help on this would be greatly appreciated Thanks for your time Robert McClay firstname.lastname@example.org
The element could have a very fine crack in it, not readily visible. You must use a voltmeter to test if the element is getting power when the switch is turned on. If it is getting power, then the element is bad. If no power, then test the switch to see if it is sending power when turned on.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
it's posible to have a disconected wire or a heating element burned. also is posible to have a problem whit saftey thermostat. good luck!
Posted on Feb 21, 2010
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