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Nesco dehydrator resistive fuses for heating element in lid

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SOURCE: Need owners manual for Nesco Gardenmaster Food Dehydrator FD-1000

Here is the User manual you require mate :

http://www.nesco.com/files/pdf/food_dehydrator.pdf

Lemme know if this resolves your query :-)

Posted on Feb 12, 2009

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SOURCE: Wiring Diagram for Nesco FD60 Dehydrator

There is a recall on some of these. Check it out here:
http://www.cpsc.gov/cpscpub/prerel/prhtml11/11104.html

It has to do with something overheating. Maybe your unit is covered...

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Food dehydrator heat not working


What is the make and model please, some dehydrators only have fans and no heating element.
Here is a link to the manual which has a phone number to call if you still have problems:
http://www.nesco.com/customer_support/owners_manual_download/english/
http://www.nesco.com/products/Dehydrators/

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Nesco Dehydrator Quits Working or Overheats


These Nesco dehydrators have a bi-metal thermostat. The surface of the contacts will sometimes corrode and stick together or short with the corrosion. It can be intermittent. This causes the unit to heat to a high temperature. This causes solder to melt or the thermal fuse to blow. Take it apart and clean the contacts of the thermostat with fine sandpaper or thin file. If needed the replacement fuse is a 5x12mm, 235 degree 2.5 amp 250 volt thermal fuse available from Radio Shack online or at store. An ohm meter will tell you if the fuse is bad.

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NESCO FD-75PR Food Dehydrator quit working. Can I repair it? Company was very unhelpful. Suspect it was heat related? About how much are parts and where do I buy a part?


Does the fan run and just won't heat or is it completely dead. If the fan runs ok then look at the temperature dial. That is the thermostat. It could be bad. Next to check is the heating element itself to see if it isn't open. There's an inline safety device that may have opened too. It looks like a small silver cylinder with one end narrowing to a point. That usually goes first. Try googling Nesco parts to see if any parts are available.

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Wiring Diagram for Nesco FD60 Dehydrator


There is a recall on some of these. Check it out here:
http://www.cpsc.gov/cpscpub/prerel/prhtml11/11104.html

It has to do with something overheating. Maybe your unit is covered...

Apr 27, 2010 | Nesco Gardenmaster Digital Food Dehydrator

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My Salton Food dehydrator just stopped working. Turned it on for the first time today and it remained on for about 10 minutes and now wont turn back on.


If this is a Salton dehydrator that stopped working why are you referencing Gardenmaster dehydrators which is Nesco/American Harvest?

Feb 05, 2010 | Nesco Gardenmaster Digital Food Dehydrator

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Hi I purchased a Nesco food dehydrator at a yard sale and need a manual for it . Model fd60, can I print one off the internet for this model?


I would think that any dehydrator information would work for you.
You just have to be sure the components are working (ie. fan and heating coil.) A dehydrator is pretty basic.
http://www.food-dehydrator.com/food-dehydrator/books.aspx here is a link for books on a site that sells the product.
You can find a lot of books at the library too.
This might also help, dont let the name fool you: http://www.astray.com/recipes/?show=Dehydrator%20general%20instructions
With some searching on line you will be able to find a lot of instructions and probably even ones for your specific dehydrator.
Look on forms about drying foods and ask for the basic instructions if you find you really need them after looking at the links above.
There might be someone willing to scan them and email them to you.

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HAVE DEHYDRATOR THAT DOES NOT HEAT ANYMORE


Take apart the bottom unit that contains the heating element. Hopefully it's put together with phillips screws. Mine are not. I'd have to drill out the brads that are holding it together. Once it's apart, use an Ohmmeter to check the heating element. Be sure to disconnect the fan from the heating element when ohmming out the element. If the element is open electrically, replace it. Good luck in finding a place to purchase a new element.

Sep 12, 2009 | Nesco Gardenmaster Digital Food Dehydrator

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Need owners manual for Nesco Gardenmaster Food Dehydrator FD-1000


Here is the User manual you require mate :

http://www.nesco.com/files/pdf/food_dehydrator.pdf

Lemme know if this resolves your query :-)

Feb 12, 2009 | Nesco Gardenmaster Digital Food Dehydrator

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