I was using this grill to make supper tonight when it stopped working. The red light went off, which I know it will when it reaches the set temperature (though I don't recall this ever happening when I used it previously). It did not keep a consistent temperature after this point--all power was lost. I checked the electrical outlet and verified that it was functioning. I then let the grill cool down and attempted to turn it on again, but it did not power up again. I checked the cord for signs of damage but found none, and cannot see anything on the outside of the grill that would indicate any trouble. Any suggestions you could offer would be appreciated!
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it would be the magnatron thats blown this will stop it from creating heat as to the turn table going at same time tricky one. either way the magnatrons are expensive and very dangerous to replace scrap it and get a new one
Go to http://files.support.epson.com/pdf/pl83pl/pl83pl00ug.pdf#page=80&view=FitV&pagemode=none page 80, "What to do when the lights flash" . If that doesn't do it or it's not clear, please get back to me.
This happened to my DCS when the Hot Wire Relay went out. It isn't an expensive part, but finding someone that knows what needs to be replaced, and then can replace it is hard. My oven also did the opposite and continued to heat without shutting off, and it was once again the hot wire relay.
grill element is separate from oven element. i assume this is a fan oven. take rear panel off inside the oven and the oven element is exposed and you can often see the damage. toncheck properly, take the rear cover off outside the oven and terminals of the element are in view. check for continuity with a multimeter