Question about Russell Hobbs Kitchen Appliances - Others
Bought new in June 2012. First example leaked at the sight glss within weeks. Exchanged for second one which then failed electrically after 3 months. Exchanged again for another new one last week which now leaves an unpleasant plastc taste in hot beverages despite boiling at max level, decanting, rinsing and repeating for 10 times. How do we get rid of the plastic taste (like a polythene water pipe taste)? Has Russell Hobbs abandoned quality assurance re its Chinese manufacturers?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: russell hobbs kettle
You will need to first shock that kettle first bold hot water then remove it and replace with very cold or ice water. The smell like plastic is brought by the Plastic which over heats and somehow weakens to a point of melting thus releasing a smell into your water, Shocking the kettle would help if not then you will need to buy another kettle as that one might not be original or just wasn't tested for regularities and standards.
Posted on Sep 21, 2012
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