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Bread machine sparked when plugging into wall outlet

This is an older bread machine. When I went to plug it into the socket there was a visible spark. None of the fuses where blown yet now the machine will not work at all. The screen will not display anything.

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The power supply of the breadmaker has been compromised. In aa few of the early B&D's tyhere was an internal fuse. However, one has to know why it fused when connecting which begs the question what has happened while it lay dormant since the last usage.

Moisture is usually the fiorst thought, but mice piddle has to be considered too if it has any areas on it that mice could get in. Bare wire on the cord itself is also not to be under estimated as a cause.

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