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These are factory sealed and for the sake of a new kettle you could end up electrocuting yourself, or an innocent user. If you try to fix it yourself. REMEMBER water and electric are lethal combination, when messed with.
Try descaling the kettle for about an hour with some white vinegar without heating.
Hopefully the problem is caused by limescale on the thermostat/thermocouple and this will cure it. If this doesn't seem to help then probably the thermostat/thermocouple is to blame, and although easy to replace, it seems that the best way to get the right bits is an authorised tefal dealer.
This link will get you the user manual for your kettle if you need it;
Also it has the contacts for tefal customer service(Canada) if you need.
Hope the descaling helps, it usually does the trick :)