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Need power cord for philips hd4651 electric kettle

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SOURCE: I need a replacement seal for a Philips kettle HD4681

what is the solution for electronic harmonics & producing power

Posted on Jan 02, 2010

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SOURCE: I need a replacement seal for a Philips kettle HD4681

Try the two links:
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http://www.tsnova.cz/p71357-tesneni-pod-konvici-996500030291-pro-philips/
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http://www.chsinteractive.co.uk/electrical-components/small-home-appliances/kettle/philips-10/miscellaneous-10/sealing-ring-kettle-philips-996500030291-hd4680-hd4681.htm

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Information to question already asked the fact the power is lighting both lights up but no noise of starting to boil does this kettle need a new element and if so where can a get it fixed.

You are not specifying what make it is but you hardly get replacement elements for kettles any more. The fact that you can see that power is available at the kettle it is indicating that it might be the element being defective. Had it been it switched on without any water in it? If it is the old type where the electrical cord gets plug in at the kettle check if it is well plugged in otherwise it is time for a new kettle.
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There seems to be a loose connection between base and bottom of kettle . At first I could press down on the pot and it would start heating . Now I can

If it uses a detachable base to the kettle tank with electrical contacts, sometimes the base or kettle connector must be replaced. You will need the proper tools and wire connectors to be able to replace these parts.

Technically speaking... These are not worth servicing.

Jerry G.
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Kettle not boiling water

Please use a multimeter and check the continuity of the power cord , now switch on and test the coils resisitance. If there is no continuity then the coil is open and the element has to be changed.
You need to contact spares dept of murphy richards.
please check the link below for spares;

http://www.espares.co.uk/search/kettles/p/1102
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Power cord overheats

The thermostat is not shutting the unit down and cycling it on/off as it should. This will cause the power cord to overheat and it will catch fire. STOP using this unit and either replace it or have it repaired. More than likely cheaper to just replace it.
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Need new base

Try http://www.support.philips.com/support/service/onlineStore.jsp?userCountry=us&userLanguage=en

At the top corner you can choose your country, and hopefully you'll be able to locate a local Service Center
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I need a replacement seal for a Philips kettle HD4681

what is the solution for electronic harmonics & producing power

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It will not heat up. It needs to be reset. How?

If the unit overheated the boil-off protection is actuated. Unplug the base power cord. Let the unit cooldown if needed. Replug it in. Should work
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Replacement Power Cord

You can find replacement cords for many counter top appliances at most appliance and building supply stores. Try Ace, Home Depot, Lowes. Take the pot with you to make sure you are getting the correct cord.
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How to descale Philips HD 4651/C Electric Water Kettle

Not having received any solution message from FIXYA contributors, I consulted with a family member
and also my long held Time-Life Books, Fix It Yourself Library, Volume: Cleaning & Stain Removal,
ISBN: 0-8094-7400-X, Copyright 1990. My issue was resolved by using white vinegar and soaking the internal problem area for 30 minutes. The appliance has cleaned up like new and works fantastic. I apologize for bothering you.
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HD 4651/C Electric Kettle Handle switch lights but wont heat

This maybe the thermo fuse, and or the heating element that is defective. These parts must be properly replaced for safety issues.

Usually these appliances are not worth to service.

Jerry G.
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