Question about George Foreman GR36P
I would advise not to use the grill or the plug it plugs into before determining what the problem is. It could be the grill cord, or the wall plug.
If you have been in the habit of pulling the cord plug out of the wall by tugging on the cord, then chances are the problem is broken conductors inside of the wire insulation. One way to test this is to attempt plugging the unit into a totally different wall outlet. If the cord and outlet heat up again, chances are the cord needs to be replaced (if possible). If the both do not heat up, then the outlet wiring connections inside of the wall need to be checked.
Bad wiring connections either in the wall, or in the cord, will generate heat, when will then conduct to the other connector. So it is difficult to use heat as the indicator of which connector is bad.
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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