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No heat in hostess trolley


Probability of the heating elements in ceramic plate and oven going bad at same time is really low. One of your 115 volt lines is not getting power to the plate nor the oven element which needs 230 volts (both 115 volt lines)..

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My Bosch Micro HMB405 started sparking/arcing with a burning smell. I had an empty plate in there. Was trying to warm a clear glass dinner plate. Did I kill the magnatron by putting an empty plate in the...


Michelle,
You may have killed the magnetron but you may not have either. If you can take that cover plate off, you may find that there is grease build up behind it and that needs to be cleaned off. Grease can build up there without you even realizing it and after a while it can catch fire from the heat created by the magnetron. You should never put any empty plate or container in a microwave because the magnetron needs to have something for the waves to hit. Hope this helps.

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Brewed coffee overflowed on to warmer plate. Now water does not heat and flow and warmer plate does not heat up.


Unless it is an expensive brewer, get a new one. The brewer needs the bottom plate to heat in order for it to work at all. Should be imune getting wet though, but sounds like bad heating element.

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TEFAL STEAM GENERATOR GV8460 NO STEAM IRON HEATS UP


The water is heated by a metal plate that is bolted to the metal water tank, operating in pretty much the same way as a domestic kettle, the plate being the element. The plate is fixed in place by 8 or so nuts onto studs that form part of the water tank and heated by passing electrical current into this plate. Over time the nuts come loose and consequently the plate is not in full contact with the water tank. This results in insufficient heat transfer and a failure to consistently reach the required temperature to create steam. Ultimately you will need to remove the plastic base of the unit to access the plate and re-tighten the nuts. You will need a small 6 star bit with the centre punched out to remove the base as it is secured with security screws. These are readily available on ebay as they are the same as those used to secure number plates.

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What is the proper mig welding procedure for welding 1/4" hardox 500 abrasion resistant plate steel?


Hi: This one it's a trickey one. YOU MUST GET RID OF ALL MOISTURE ON PLATE.

When welding Hardox you must pre-heat and post-heat the plate. Use a low hydrogen electrode, Lincoln Excalibur or ESAB Atom Arc 7018 1/8 will do the job or you require same tensile/yield strenght, then use a Postalloy brand 218HD hardfacing type electrode.

First: Clean the plate and pre-heat to 170F.
Weld you plate when done inmedialtely post heat to 250F for about 10-15 minutes and leave it to cool down away from any moisture sources.

That's the trick, if you don't get rid of the Hydrogen (moisture mostly) the weld will crack.
If you require more technical support contact your nearest Praxair welding location.

Good luck. Vote if this was useful to you. Thanks.

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Heating up a heat pack has caused the small


The plate MIGHT cover the waveguide that brings the microwave energy into the cooking cavity, This might be say an inch by two or three inches.

IF the plate has burned or discolored, then it may be carbonized and will continue to absorb the microwave energy and MAY cach fire.

You should service the unit and replace the part.

Running the microwave with too small a load in it can cause this and also if hot food/object touches the plate.

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Thermoelectric plate does not appear to transfer heat


you should see if theres a DC voltage going to the plate or not. it should noticeably heat up instantly with proper voltage applied. if power is there and it doesnt heat then the thermoelectric device needs to be replaced. also you should be able to measure a resistance of the plate. Should not be shorted or open. it should be a relatively low resistance. like a few ohms. and it may read different depending on which direction you connect the leads.

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Remember the strirring rod connects to the motor, but the heating element connects via the two prongs in the rear, so the motor can run without the heating element turned on (turn on the base without the plate on...the motor runs fine). Try reattaching the plate...it needs a good connection to the connectors in the back. It should heat up pretty quickly. Also, if you put the heating pad in the dishwasher, make sure it is dry and that the contacts aren't tarnished.

I'm certain over time the contacts will get loose and the popper will stop working, but our is going fine after a year.

Also, be careful not to drop the base...lots of cheap, hard plastic that will break and rattle around.

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