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Rust on the heating element Capresso 259.03 H2O Plus Glass Water Kettle

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SOURCE: how do I clean the heating elements in my swan tea

Been using this fix for many years:

Get a large jug of the cheapest white vinegar you can find, fill your teapot with it (make sure the pot is cool and do not turn it on!!) and let it just sit overnight. You will notice that the inside of your teapot will be sparkling clean. Vinegar is about 4% acidic and it is the acid that dissolves the scale. After you are done, save the vinegar for use with other items aroung the home like shower heads, just remember that it takes a lot of time in contact with the solution for this to work.

The mineral buildup is Calcium Carbonate, which is just simple water hardness. Unfortunately as water gets hotter, this chemical has more of a tendency to scale up. Just the reverse of what you would think. So keep the tea or coffee pot cool during the soak.

Posted on Sep 10, 2009

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SOURCE: MG32 Cordless Electric Kettle: Power light shows on my kettle but water does not...

sounds like there's water in the element. Empty it out and let it dry out completely for a few days, and then try it again.
If the element is a concealed element (ie- you can't see the coils when you open the lid up) then there's probably a water leak into the sealed compartment.
Contact the manufacturer for a recommended repairer.

Posted on May 23, 2010

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Coffee Maker manufacturers rarely sell individual parts for the machine aside from filters and whatnot. I recommend replacing it.

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SOURCE: the blue light on my Jura Capresso Kettle blinks when I try to heat water. Nothing happens.

THe heating element may have failed.

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SOURCE: My Breville water kettle stopped heating water. This is my second teakettle to do this. We have had this second kettle for about 2 years. We always were careful to make sure the kettle is off before

Unless you can take it apart and repair it yourself, it probably isn't worth the cost to have it repaired. There are several websites that sell parts, but you really have to be familiar with electrical circuits to diagnose it. Possibilities are:
1. It could be the thermostatic switch that turns it off as it reaches temperature. These are little devices with two wires connected and are in the base of the unit. these normally reset themselves but can stop working, especially if they have gotten wet.
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2. It could be the cord to the unit with a wire broken at the base or the plug end.
3. It could be a thermal fuse; these are about 1/4 inch in diameter and may be hidden in an insulating sleeve near the element; they are sensitive to both heat and current.
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3. It could be the element is burned out.
Link to a parts supplier is enclosed

Breville Kettle Parts

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