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My Breville BDF450 will not turn on (no lights no nothing). Heated oil up prior to cleaning. Cleaned and changed oil now unit will not work at all

Was working perfectly. Wanted to change the oil and clean it so heated up the oil, emptied it, washed it carefully (as I usually do), added fresh oil, turned it on but now the system does not work at all. No lights or anything!

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Did you pour out the oil when it was still at it's hottest temp? I would guess there is a master overheat sensor that tripped off. It will be a little thermodisc with 2 power wires connected to it. Find and replace that thermostat sensor. You can test it for continutiy with a volt meter.

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