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OK, inside the unit there are three items, the heating element, thermostat, and thermal fuse.What has happened is the element got too hot and the thermal fuse opened.There is no reset button.In some cases you may run across a defective heating element or thermostat but its not common.The fix would probably be replacement of the thermostat and thermal fuse.For this, you would have to contact a small appliance repair center in your area.
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After the warranty was over, our beautiful electric kettle just stopped working. Toastess International Kettle Model: TJK-103 120V, 60 Hz, 1500 W Here is what I did to fix the problem. Unplug the kettle and empty it completely. Remove excess residual water inside. Remove the bottom cover by removing the screws holding it. Check the wires inside, the ones connected to the heat element. On our kettle, one of them was completely burned off and disconnected. So I replaced it with a heavy duty equivalent copper wire and sauder it in place. Make sure that you do a good job installing and replacing the new copper wire. Kettle is now fixed and working perfectly.
On the pin side of the plug there is a plastic cover which you lever
out, and the fuse usually comes out with it. If you don't have a test
meter to check the fuse then either Take a known working fuse from a
working appliance and put that in the plug or take the fuse from the
plug and put that in a known working appliance oplug and see if it
works. In my experience it is rarely the fuse and more likely to be a
connection in the kettle base or the thermal cutout in the kettle has
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get it serviced the think is the heating coil may have got burnt out if you need to replace it remove the cover below and take out the coil carefully with the terminals ..now replace the coil of same wattage usually 700watts in the same way
there can also be a problem with some wire got burnt due to heating .try to find the wire located near/attached with the heating coil and check whether everything is correct
Probably the wires inside melted together and now as shor circuit occurs it causes the fuse to blow. remove the bottom of the kettle and check the wiring. There's no rocket science, so you'll identify the problem after visual inspection.
hi i hope i can help you with this? you dont have a short in the chord as this would be a fire danger. may i please ask if you have a multimeter. check the fuse if ok check for a breakage in the mains cable ie conniunity if ok open up and check to make sure there is power going in? if ok? please check the switch if power is going into the switch put the probes to the other side of the switch if no reading the problem is likely to be the switch. i hope this will help you?
CODE 7 IS POWER CODE FLIP BREAKER OFF COUNT TO FIVE TURN ON BREAKER THEN RESET CLOCK IF THAT DONT HELP THEN YOU CHECK WIRES AND PLUG TO MAKE SHURE ALL ARE CONNECTED YOU SHOULD HAVE TWO POWER LEADS AND ONE GROUND IF THEY ARE OKAY THEN YOU HAVE ROACHES IN OR ON ELECTRONICS CARD TAKE IT APART AND CLEAN IT YOURSELF OR HAVE SOMEONE WHO KNOWS WHAT THEY ARE DOING CLEAN IT