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Mrs Nagy, they do not make things like they use to, it is getting quite common for small appliance to break down after one year, you would almost swear it is built into them to garnade after warranty is up.
the most common problem, the electric cord itself breaks either at the plug or at the entry point at base of kettle, do a wiggle test on the wire to see if it makes a contact, just be careful of a shock hazard, do not do this if you see any bare wire at all.
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Oster 1.7 L... | Answered on Jan 21, 2016


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Oster 1.7 L... | Answered on Oct 16, 2015


In case you are still watching this issue for a solution - I'm afraid my assessment of the company troubleshooting support and of this particular issue is that we are out of luck.
I have the same problem. Have downloaded manuals - very little information except for use...ie, don't get them wet.
I have contacted the company - they asked me for the same information I gave them in the original troubleshooting request...
We bought a new one - fortunately on sale at Target. The blinking light is the normal indication - lack of heat and boiling is the problem.
Our new pot boils on both bases...old pot clicks and then just sits there with a blinking light - the light should blink until the temp is reached.

I intend to return the old pot to Target and move on....I suspect there is a burned out coil but, it is too hard to troubleshoot and won't be able to be fixed.

I suspect that a better (more expensive) pot might have more durable coils...but, we'll see how long the new one lasts.

Oster 1.7 L... | Answered on Aug 09, 2015


In case you are still watching this issue for a solution - I'm afraid my assessment of the company troubleshooting support and of this particular issue is that we are out of luck.
I have the same problem. Have downloaded manuals - very little information except for use...ie, don't get them wet.
I have contacted the company - they asked me for the same information I gave them in the original troubleshooting request...
We bought a new one - fortunately on sale at Target. The blinking light is the normal indication - lack of heat and boiling is the problem.
Our new pot boils on both bases...old pot clicks and then just sits there with a blinking light - the light should blink until the temp is reached.
I intend to return the old pot to Target and move on....I suspect there is a burned out coil but, it is too hard to troubleshoot and won't be able to be fixed.
I suspect that a better (more expensive) pot might have more durable coils...but, we'll see how long the new one lasts.

Oster 1.7 L... | Answered on May 09, 2014


Hello There Aj Sloan :) You can find it

Oster Kitchen... | Answered on Nov 24, 2019


if dont work order one for replacement

Oster Kitchen... | Answered on May 09, 2019

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