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The electric used to work but now it does not seem to heat

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Maybe the thermal fuse as blown inside the heat proof sleave ...

Usualy it's a 240 degrees celsius Thermal fuse ...

But check ...the tempreture should be printed on the tiny metal 'tube'

60 pence each from somewhere like Maplins ..


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