Question about Crock Pots & Slow Cookers
My Sunpentown induction cook top stopped working one day at the middle of my cooking. Opened it up and found a burned fuse. Replaced new fuses but burned everytime when it was turned back on. No burn smell inside the cook top and all components look fine.
Any hint as how to fix it?
That's a part-solution; it's set me on the way to fixing mine.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
Although unfamilliar with your particular induction cooktop.If you have a fuse thats gone bad, adn you replace adnthat fuse goes bad upon powering up, it sure sound s as if you have a dead short somewhere under there triggering it to blow. no wires touching any metal (fallen off terminals perhaps??))if not id start diconnecting power line leading to individual switches, perhaps a short within the switch if shorting out unit.
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