Question about KitchenAid Pro Line¿ Waffle Baker
KitchenAid Proline Series KPWB100 Waffle Maker does not cool down when turned off...we have to unplug it. It appears to shut off, however, it stays hot.
You should always unplug a waffle iron because other wise there is a constant direct current to the iron element which if left unattended could cause a fire damage and/or death, any heating element that you cannot break the current(unlike a stove) needs to be unplugged because of the danger and the juice it is also pulling from the power company that you are paying more money for. That goes for all heating elements irons,toasters,fryers,curling irons, even hair dryers **** juice. Let me know if this helps and GOD bless goofballlovers
Posted on May 21, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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