Question about Welbilt MR95TW Microwave Oven
This percolator 1939 vintage uses fuses and the fuses blow shotly after you turn it on, can't get a pot of coffe made..--local fix it guy says it needs new thromostat and he can't find one--that would be great to find--- but also, can I replace total "guts" of this one with total "guts" from a new one??
I have an "Atomic" globe type art deco Manning Bowman percolator from 1947. It does not have a thermostat, just a fuse.
If your pot is blowing the fuse, are you using one with the correct amperage for the pot? This pot pulls 350 watts which works out to 3.18 amps. watts/volts=amps. You'd need a fuse that would allow the heating element to generate a minimum of 350 watts before blowung.
Posted on Jan 13, 2010
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