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I placed a plate over the holes in the lid of the dehydrator, waring pro,it shut off, I waited until it cooled down, it will not come back on, Is there a reset button, or do I need to trash it ?

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Quite likely by blocking the vents you burnt it up no reset that I know of .

Posted on Dec 30, 2016

Testimonial: "Thanks, I was short on counter space and that was the only space available ! :0("

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  • ray gallant Dec 30, 2016

    quite a bummer we have to use the top of washer and dryer when that happens here at home

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    Pat tasker Dec 30, 2016

    I live full time I. An RV, so space is limited; I was dehydrating sweet potatoes for "my girls", so unless I decide to spend the extra money, I'll have to dry them in the oven ! I like to make each potato into four slices, so it takes quite a bit of time to dry them out !

  • ray gallant Dec 31, 2016

    AH sounds good to me

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