I used the FP to grind meat. Though the load was a little heavy, it worked very well. Then I cleaned it. A day later I tried to use it and it just wont start. I locked the unit properly but the unit wont start. Do you think the FP has reset itself and is there any reset swith to switch it on? What could be the problem?
Any inputs would be highly appreciated.
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there is no reset switch
follow these instructions and it suppose to work
when you used it did you smell a burned stench?
is the unit smells still from it?
then probebly the coiles are burend - sorry cant help....
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