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  • Mark Gidding Apr 27, 2008

    Ours was made in 2004 and worked nicely until it simply stopped heating; power supply is good and power indicator light comes on - the parts check on line states the printed circuit board is no longer available. I hope there is another source for parts.

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The problem with these units is a fuse located under one of the stainless grill covers. Mine was under the cover that does not have the handle attached. It is located in a white sleeve by the main hinge. Fuse can be bought on amazon.com. It is thermal fuse 240C. Replacing the fuse is the easy part. Getting the small black screws out so the cover will come off is not. They are held in with thread lock or epoxy, They are easy to mess up, so be careful.

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The fuse is the answer00.

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After numerous fixes and replacement units I did finally contact Waring directly through their website.  I explained my situation and reported all the posts I had seen regarding the same problem. They responded quite quickly, sent me a UPS return sticker and within a few weeks sent me a new unit.  I cannot find the manufacturer's date on the unit, but it is different than my previous units.  The bottom stand is now made of plastic.  No worries though, so far so good, waffles for breakfast again.  It's been two months now, I'm keeping my fingers crossed.  Try contacting them directly, I found them better than any store or repair shop.  They have to be aware of this problem and I don't know how a recall happens, but they probally would much rather replace your unit than recall all units. 

Posted on Feb 25, 2008

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Receipt not needed - 1 year warranty from Waring, they will replace the entire unit.

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Your thermal cut-out went bad, needs to be replaced.

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Go to the waring site, and look up the nearest dealer for repair and bring it to them. They should be able to contact waring for you and get you a replacement.

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SOURCE: I've lost the owner manual/recipe book for my

Here's the link:
http://www.waringproducts.com/ret/share/man/80_man.pdf

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Diagram to replace thermal fuse in wmk 300 waring pro


The most common reason for thermal fuse failure is running the iron with the top open, especially when set to a higher number (longer cycle time) and/or not flipping the iron over at the strart of a cycle.

Keep it closed except during the 10-15 seconds needed when adding the batter or removing a waffle.

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I personnally just went through this.

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