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1.7 l cordless kettle model JKC930C lid release does not work

The lid release button does not open the lid on the kettle any more. How do you fix this?

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Had same issue on 2 B&D JKC930C kettles. Just push in button (hidden under front of lid) located in the centre above the spout with a butter knife and the lid will open.

Posted on May 23, 2015

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