Unfortunately, I let the warranty period expire before trying this fryer. When I did try to use, it wouldn't come on. I did try the reset button on the back of the heating element/control. Is there anything I might try to get this fryer to function?
Hi - If you have your manual, check out page 16 for troubleshooting. Make sure the magnetic cord is properly fastened, and the removable control panel with the heating element is properly attached to the outer housing, because it has a safety microswitch which will not allow the control panel to work unless it is properly seated into both grooves in the housing.
I have a 1.5 quart pot out of a set of pots and pan and on the bottom of the pot is coming off about half way around can you tell me why this is happening.the pot is about 3 years old is it under any type of warranty
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Mine did the same. It would go to flashing red immediately after trying to start it. Fortunately for me, it was still one month before the 1-year warranty expired. I called and they replaced it within 2 days. I am told that Nespresso had a bad batch of thermal fuses and many were failing. That appears to be the case if you look at the reviews. It would be worth calling to see if they would do anything even if it is out of warranty. The manual that I downloaded from the internet stated a warranty period of two years so it is worth looking in your manual to see if you have a longer warranty period. I'm disappointed that Nespresso hasn't done a recall for all of the questionable units. Hopefully they will extend the warranty period for this specific issue because it is clearly a problem they engineered into the units. If you are a DIYer, you can find a YouTube video that shows how to open the bottom without breaking anything. The video shows the use of three handles off 2" paper binder clips and it worked easily. Unfortunately, I haven't yet found a source to replace the thermal fuse which easily disconnects from the circuit board. For now I just have a source of spare parts for my replacement frother - especially the whisks which could easily get lost. Another suggestion I've heard is to unplug the unit whenever it is not in use so that the circuit board is not constantly receiving power. This is in contrast to the manual that says to unplug only when not being used for "long periods." That's all I know for now.
Hi there. Before having someone to repair tank leak, try to contact first the distributor or much better the manufacturer of the equipment and verify if the unit's tank is still covered by their warranty policy. Fryer tanks as far as I know has much longer warranty period, some manufacturer extend the warranty of their tank up to 10 years, but this is of course under normal use. Leak on tank can be welded, just make sure that the one who will be doing the welding job is an expert and authorized on that field, otherwise, leak will not be sealed properly and accidents could occur. Regards.
I don't know what your local ruling is regarding warranty repairs but in Europe, if a fault is reported before the warranty period has expired and the fault is not rectified for a period of at least 3 months, the warranty for that fault continues until the fault is rectified. I should contact Samsung now and explain the situation to them. Write it all down and don't delay! Hope you get success.
Unfortunately, there's not much you can do about that. If it's under 3 years old, I would say call the manufacturer (800-726-0190) for warranty service w/ the model and serial numbers to see if there's anything they can do, but just so you know their warranty does not cover shipping at all for warranty service. Sorry. :\
Sorry to hear the problem. As a service tech, I've had pretty good luck dealing with Hayward. I'd insist that they replace it. Don't talk to a tech on the phone, ask for a manager and tell them the problem. If they still give you grief tell them that you will make it your sworn duty to tell everyone you know about the kind of service you received. Lesson here is to be aware of the warranty period. All manufacturers and suppliers will hope that you don't and will stall you until the period expires. Sound slike they did a lot to try to help. Unfortunately, this vacuum is worthless. Haven't seen one that has performed the way it is supposed to yet. For you money The Pool Cleaner is a great value at just under $300. Have never had to do any repairs on this vacuum. Zodiac Baracudas are also a good value for slightly more. Only one moving part inside that needs replacing every year or so at $30. Look online as they almost always have a $50-$100 off coupon. Call the stores as well they usually have $5o-$100 off too.
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Try leaving it unplugged for longer period of time. Look on the remote for any possible reset function. Try power button without the remote. If any ot these doesn't work there is a power supply module inside that malfunctioned. If under warranty contact where you purchased it. If not under warranty if you can get the module it is a simple plug up procedure.
first find out if the phone is still under warranty and have it exchange if the warranty period has expired then...try to reflash the firmware on the phone or take it to a mobile store close to you and have them falsh the phone for you.
About the only thing to try with the Escort 8500 and the x50 is to do a full reset. Hold all 3 buttons down while turning the detector on.
I believe Escort will still work on it, there will just be a service charge with no warranty.