Question about Food Processors
Hi, you are probably just overloading that circuit. Try taking your food processor into a room of the house where you have no other appliances running such as a bedroom and plug it in there. Turn it on and if the outlet reset button doesn't pop there then that means you have to many appliances pulling wattage in your kitchen and you need to unplug them or just move your food processor to a different circuit in the house. Sometimes if you have an overhead light fixture with a lot of bulbs that can be the source of the problem (the culprit!) and you can shut off that big light too and that will help. If this helps please vote/rank/testimonial would be appreciated. ...thanks!
Posted on Nov 11, 2010
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