Question about DeLonghi KBO3001 Cordless Electric Kettle
When the kettle starts to boil it carries on boiling and wont switch off. Have to switch it off at the socket
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Either the switch or the wire had a bit of a meltdown. The problem isn;t fixing it , it is getting the right switch. Delonchi is not that bad for support so they might be able to get the switch if you can replace it yourself. If you have to send it away then it may not be worth fixing it if you have to pay shipping etc.
I'd be tempted to bypass the switch and just unplug it like other kettles when it boils.
Posted on Mar 23, 2010
sounds as if you have a lose wire in the base or else you element has failed. Undo the bottom of the kettle and check all wires are connected to the element. If all the wires are connect i would say your element has blown.
Posted on Apr 25, 2011
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