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Kettle cracking noises when boiling

When switched on starts to boil then makes crackling noises

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SOURCE: my kettle suddenly stopped working, it still shows

sounds as if you have a lose wire in the base or else you element has failed. Undo the bottom of the kettle and check all wires are connected to the element. If all the wires are connect i would say your element has blown.

Posted on Apr 25, 2011

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SOURCE: Alessi Kettle light comes on but wont boil

I have seen an open heating element, or a thermo fuse cause this type of fault.

Jerry G.

Posted on Jun 26, 2012

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hello,

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thank you and thanks for using fixya.

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