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Hi, for the oval lid (SCVS600) for less than $2.00, buy two 3/4 " long stainless steel #8-32 round head (Phillips) screws with self-locking nuts. Using a 5/32" drill bit, drill a hole through the handle at each of the two locations in the handle where the original threaded inserts were located (they are probably out since that is where the handle probably broke). (NOTE: Drill the hole in the handle at the same angle that the original screw makes with the handle because of the curvature of the glass, so that the new screw head will still set flush against the glass.) Using the original inside washer from the original screw, re-assemble the handle onto the lid. The 3/4" screw will not extend out past the top of the self-locking nut - it will sit below about 1 - 2 threads - but that's OK. This sould never break again.
Some times it can be fix wit heat element.The manufacturer may have this part available to buy.Go to the website with your model number.Find it buy it install it do it your self and save.It may need some soldering done,or it may just unplug.Good Luck!
try holding the reset button down, plugging it in, and then releasing it after maybe 5-10 sec.
if your familiar with computers.... try repeatedly pushing the reset button as you plug it in... kind of a total reset
other than that it sounds like a glitch.... how long have you had it.... Mmm, consider calling the company and explaining complete mechanical failure. Hey, you never know if you don't try. Happy Holidays... best of luck