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The top of my crepe maker has started to peel. How do I repair it?

After a while, a crust forms on the plate which may give the impression that the metal is flaking off. In fact it is just the crust of the crepe batter. Remove it with a metal spatula and rough sand paper. Do not worry about scratching the metal. Do not use a portable electrical device.
Once you have cleaned the plate, you will need to season it again as if it were new. It is best to scrape off some of the crust from time to time to avoid the crust from becoming too thick. Use the special abrasive stone in a circular movement.

Jul 23, 2015 | Waring Commercial WSC160 Electric 16in...

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Fix the thermal fuse

It's a thermal fuse, (in this case it's a thermistor) and like any other fuse that has blown, it needs to be replaced. (The thermistor doesn't cost much... a few dollars at the most.) To replace the thermistor, the bottom of the waffle iron will have to be removed, and the thermistor de-soldered from the wiring (make sure that you note which way the thermistor connects to the wiring... you don't want to solder the new thermistor backwards!). Take the thermistor to an electronics shop and buy another identical thermistor. Solder the new thermistor to the wiring the same way the old thermistor came out. Reassemble the waffle iron, and don't leave the waffle iron on when you're not making waffles!

Nov 25, 2014 | Waring WMK300 Pro Belgian Waffle Maker

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I was reversing and the machine just stopped...I have unplugged and replugged both the machine and the foot pedal. I have unthreaded and rethreaded the machine. Any suggestions?

test the power cord for open or faulty 2) loose wires from the power cord to the foot pedal
3) foot pedal switch open or faulty, test the wires from loose or breake wires and repair
3) motor need repair , brush, condensator, centrifugal switch. etc
God bless you

Jan 25, 2013 | Singer 7469Q - Confidence Quilter Machine

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Tefal clothes iron model "Superglide

sparking can be cause by lightning/spikes and broken wires/ wrong voltage.

if u use it in usa at 100v, the current is doubled and will melt the cables.

please discontinue to use it. its not worth your life.

Sep 12, 2011 | Tefal Irons

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I have 3 steam generator irons which keep going bang where can I get them repaired near Woking Surrey? Is there somewhere who will do repairs/

you can repair it yourself. it's easy. you just need to change the whole cord. open the iron and add new cords and you are goo to go.

Nov 05, 2009 | Tefal Irons

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Power Light goes on but iron will not heat

If it is more than 3 years old (no warranty) then you can get it repaired or replaced. The heating coil is broken. The heating coil in the iron cannot be fixed, but must be replaced.

If the iron is less than 3 years old, you can get it repaired under warranty; however, shipping and other costs may not be worth having it repaired. (More than $30).
If you can get an estimate, you might want to have it repaired.

My recommendation? Replace it.

Sep 03, 2009 | Rowenta Irons

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Attaching a plug in cord to a philips Electric Steam Iron

i need a new wire--mine had a short in it--how do I go about repairing it?

Jul 04, 2008 | Irons

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No steam

It appears that your rocker switch is broken, I am attempting to find a source for the switch and the screw driver that removes the screws holding the unit together

Jan 03, 2008 | Euro-Pro Steam Generator EP8001 Iron

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