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Waffles are separating when we open the plates

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This is because of one of two things-- either a) your iron's aren't seasoned well enough (meaning they're too "clean" and need some kind of non-stick cooking spray) or b) they're dirty and need to be cleaned. A lot of people don't realize that a dirty waffle iron will stick just the same as one that's "too" clean will.

Sometimes you can jiggle the top part of the iron when you're opening it and keep the waffle from separating-- or take a butter knife and slip it in on top to remove the top half of the waffle from the iron before fully opening it.

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In my experience this is due to sticking on the plates. I spray a little cooking spray on them with each batch I make.
Maybe they arn't quite done.

Posted on Jul 12, 2009

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SOURCE: Waffle plates stop heating

The most common reason for not heating up is because of a blown thermal fuse. Apparently the controller lets the iron get too hot or the fuse is out of manufacturing tolerance - and so the fuse opens.
The green lamp is normally lit when the relay is off and dark when the relay is on. When cold, the relay normally turns on within a second of power-up (switched on). During power-up, the green (ready) lamp should flicker on, and then as the relay clicks, go dark. If the green (ready) lamp does not flicker, the fuse is probably blown.
The fuse is clamped inside the bottom clamshell in silicon tubing. A replacement fuse (240°C) can be purchased from many sources. The fuse should be re-attached to the wires with new all-metal crimp fasteners.
If the iron is getting too hot and blowing thermal fuses, you may be able to avoid this failure by keeping the thermostat set lower.

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