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Krups 653 waffle maker no longer heats, could it be the heating element?

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SOURCE: older waffle maker is not heating up

thats a high temp fuse you can jump it out to test the rest of the waffle maker but dont leave it jumped out , its not safe that way . that fuse is hard to find try google "fuse high temp 185 c " please rate this answer , i need it to "get my wings" thanks

Posted on Jan 16, 2009

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SOURCE: Dead krups waffle iron

That is probably a thermal fuse. It is designed to open and stop heaters from working incase of over heat condition.

Meaning if you did not leave the appliance on too long with nothiung in it, the thermostat may be not opening at correct temp or the fuse was in a place where it got over heated or the fuse was weak.

You can replace it 1 time see if it worked ok but if it goes out again and you didn't see anything this time best replace it. Especially if under $50.00. Thermostat will probably run 1/2 of that. Thermal fuse 3 to 10. Try a heating AC parts store and take the old party with you.

If this helps you please help me by rating me as high as you can. Thanks for using fix ya.

Posted on May 06, 2009

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SOURCE: Waring Waffle Maker no heat

Remove 4 Black Phillips Screws 2 on the front near the handle that flips Use a Good fitting Screwdriver These screws have a thread locker on them. They will strip the heads out if proper care is not used when removing them.Then remove the two screws at the rear of the Iron Just rear of the cooking surface. This will remove the chrome cover on the bottom of the cooking surface exposing the wiring. The thermal fuse is located under a section of insulation under a clamp held in by another Phillips screw.Do not cut or Damage the insulation. Gently pull it back exposing the fuse. After replacing the fuse, insulation ,Clamp and screws check to be sure the iron heats and cycles on and off and the ready light works properly. If it does not cycle the new fuse will blow . Good luck

Posted on Sep 24, 2009

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SOURCE: I'm looking for the instructions that came with

mcdevito75 here, BEST BET, contact Krups customer service at 800-526-5377 Hope this helps.

Posted on Jul 11, 2010

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That is probably a thermal fuse. It is designed to open and stop heaters from working incase of over heat condition.

Meaning if you did not leave the appliance on too long with nothiung in it, the thermostat may be not opening at correct temp or the fuse was in a place where it got over heated or the fuse was weak.

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If this helps you please help me by rating me as high as you can. Thanks for using fix ya.

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