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Does the heating elements for my 16 cup deep fryers sit directly in the oil?


Heating elements should not be in direct contact or near a combustable materiel. Heating element should be in free space and away from touching the pot base. If you have oil touching your heating element you wil have sponsteous combustion and create a fire. In your case have someone qualified to disassemble your unit and clean the chamber where your heating element is located, have the pot verifed for possible leaks. Note: someone may have spilled oil over the edge of the pot which ingressed to the bottom of the fryer where your heating element is located. Good house keeping with your appliances is essentiel for your safety.
Good luck and be aware of fire.

Aug 15, 2017 | The Kitchen Appliances - Others

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Where is the water coming from that is leaking from the base of the unit? It is not coming from the drip tray, and we replaced the water tank. The water pools on the right, underneath the water tank t


Does it only leak when making coffee? There are 2 hoses, one that supplies cool water to heating element in base the other one that supplies the heated water from heating element to top of coffee grounds. Typically over time this 2nd hose degrades at heating element connection and begins to leak

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Is there a seal between the nozzle and the tip? I have glue leaking out everywhere??


No, no seal. The heating element is just a heated tube with the nozzle simply threaded into its end. The heating element in your glue gun may be cracked. Or... possibly... you (or someone in your household) got it hot and laid it down and left it that way for a LONG time, and the melted glue backed up inside the heating element. A glue gun should never be laid on its side while hot but idle, especially for long periods of time.

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How to change dishwasher heating element


Remove the dishwasher from the cabinet after disconnecting the water,power and drain. turn upside down to access the nuts that hold the element in. also replace the gaskets on the element or it will leak.

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How do i change the heating elemen in my Ruud water heater , model # PES40-2T


You'll need a heating element and a heating element wrench. Check your paperwork to make sure you get the right wattage.
1. Turn off the power 2. Drain the tank. 3. Remove the covers from the front panel. Should be one over each of the two elements. Once you've done this, check to make sure that the power is off. 4. Remove the two wires from the bad element. 5. Use the wrench to remove the element. It may be corroded, so take care not to strip out the hex nut. 6. After you remove the element, clean the threads on the tank up a bit with a wire brush. 7. Put a bit of teflon tape on the new element threads, but make sure that you don't have tape hanging out into the tank, and also that the tape doesn't interfere with the gasket on the element. 8. Install the new element. 9. Connect the wires and fill the tank. Check to make sure it doesn't leak before you turn it on. 10. Being careful to not touch the live wires, turn the unit on and allow it to heat up while checking for leaks. Once it's hot and not leaking, turn it back off and replace the covers.
That's it!

Mar 02, 2010 | Ruud Heating & Cooling

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Leaky heating element


their is a nut right in center of heating element. loosen it and push heating element a little in and tighten bolt. that should work.

May 17, 2009 | Kenmore Elite 45986 Front Load Washer

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Maytag MDB6100AWB is leaking around the heating element


There is a gasket on the heating element. You could turn off the power and tighten the heating element or replace the gasket. good luck cathy.

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Water leak


TIGHTENED NUT ON UNDERSIDE OF DISHWASHER WHERE THE HEATING ELEMENT GOES THROUGH.

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How to fasten heating element to pot


Had a little problem loosening the nut from the heating element, but once I got it off, cleaned all parts , went to an auto supply store and was lucky to find the right size gasket ( it was a part for a Nissan auto ) , used Permatex silicone gasket sealer, put all parts together, tightened the nut real tight, made all electrical connections, tested the pot with water, heated up real fine , no leaks , Problem solved.

May 24, 2008 | West Bend 33600 Coffee Maker

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Heating element broken, water leaking


You have to pull out dishwasher to replace the element.The element is easy to replace once you have pulled dishwasher out.This enables you to reach the area that you need to reach.It is common for a element to brake.On a newer dishwasher ,I would say it must have been defective if it just broke in half.Nothing electrical in a dishwasher can cause it to brake.

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