Question about sausage maker Kitchen Appliances - Others
I haven't used my dehydrator much yet. Since i have repaired so many appliances in my life i could just assume that there is a thermal cutoff inside for safety to prevent fires. (conveniently for the appliance industry it also creates a higher failure rate hence more purchases). You can replace the thermal cutoff yourself if you can locate the common part from any decent electronic supply. Just look at the rating printed on it in fahrenheit or celcius. It either looks like a resister or possibly a button style like in microwaves.
Posted on Oct 18, 2013
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