Hello. This machine does not heat. I've already checked reset without solving the problem. I've repeatedly examined the back and underside to see if I can locate the heater element. For the life of me, I can't see any access. I guess there has to be some means of getting to it - otherwise a faulty element could never be replpaced! I don't mind how much I have to dismantle to get to it. Any help will be very much apprciated.
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Re: Siemens Dishwasher SE 26230gb
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Did you check the needle down button. Be honest and return it. Price one and wonder why you borrowed something so expensive. She may know what to do. But dont tinker or try to fix it. It seems like a fixable error. You probably afraid to tell her. But you stressing yourself out. If you borrow it you probably know a cheap embroidery machine is about $500. Just get it back and maybe she won't snap its probably something simple.
I cannot go back to calibrate. Even after using reset button on back of player it turns off the player but then when you turn it back on it goes right back to the blue screen again. Cannot get out of blue screen.
Over time, Calcium will deposit on the tubes and containers which get in touch with water.
The calcium can also impact the function of the Heating elements in the percolator tube.
Try Decalcifying with Designated Products.
Usually, you do this by diluting the product, fill up the water reservoir, and cycle on the machine, without cofee of course,
Pour out the water. It will probably look troubled.
If the water does not start percolating, just let the water reservoir stand with the decalcification product for about 30 mins. don't leave it in overnight, because these products are slightly caustic to remove the Calcium, but it could damage parts if left in the machine overnight.
Repeat the process until the water starts running faster and/or gets hotter.
don't forget to rinse with regular water. 2 Cycles rinsing should suffice.
See manual for suggested products or just use 1/4 cup of Vinegar diluted with Water per caraffe. It will smel like vinegar while you do this, as the vinegar evaporates with some of the steam.
I would repeat this process every month or so if you use your machine daily.
If this does not solve, try contacting cuisinart customer service at 1-800-726-0190
Did you check if it was a 110V machine before you purchased it??
USA appliances are 110V so good chance by plugging it in in Australia's 240V electricity supply without putting a voltage adapter between you've fried it.
Check the plate on the machine beside the power in point - if it says 110V then you are going to have to buy an adapter (try **** Smith) to use this machine in Australia. However, if you saw sparks then good chance you've fried something already in the machine.
There are a very few quality machines that were made with Dual Voltage such as some of the Elna Stellas and they have a switch in the base of the machine to switch. But certainly not all and you can assume that most appliances coming from USA would be made for 110V power supply only.
One of the wires soldered to the underside of the warming plate had fell off due to poor soldering.The warming plate and the warning light are connected together with piggy back connectors so that is why the light is on even when the warmer is cold.
The Breville esp8xl has a wire connector to the heat chamber that can become loose through repeated heat/cool cycles. Opening up the machine, finding this connection, which was loose, blue wire at back of heat chamber, and tightening it fixed my problem.