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Resister I need to replace the resister in my rice cooker. The resister is near the switch. It seems to control the machine. Does anyone know what to purchase at a electrical component store.

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  • kronezz May 28, 2008

    I had lost the resister long before.I was actually headed to buy one at a store. When it fell out of my pocket. in my drive way.

    Isearched for hours but never found it.

    I was hoping somebody had to replace theres and knew what it was. Thanks for your advise.



  • Graeme Ross
    Graeme Ross May 11, 2010

    Hi kronezz



    Can you see what colours the resistor has on it, or any markings?

    regards

    robotek

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Hi kronezz,

what you need is a thermal fuse. The markings on the fuse are as follows:
SEFUSE
169E
172 degrees C
10A
C0280

If you find a replacement, let me know where you got it because I need one too, and can't find any!

Nickel

Posted on Jun 23, 2008

No way to change a rating as I now know what i must do.

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Hi, how did you get on with identifying markings. It is more likely to be a thermal fuse, but if you can get me the markings, I can tell you what to get.

robotek

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  • Graeme Ross
    Graeme Ross May 28, 2008

    oh ok,... No worries, was hoping for a better rating from you. A "thanks for trying" vote reduces my ranking here. No chance of an upgrade :)


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