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The appliance was left running warm, and now does not light up panel or give heat. The internal fuse looks intact, and there is no burns anywhere or loose wires. It ia only 9 months old.

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You probably have a bad thermal fuse. Cut out old one, take it to appliance repair store, get new one, resolder new one in.

Posted on Sep 17, 2008

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