Question about Wells Kitchen Appliances - Others
SOURCE: Waring Pro Waffle maker
Just spray the grids before each use with something like Pam, or put a thin coat of oil on them. I found it's better to spray before each waffle so it won't stick.
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
When making a waffle have your batter made plug in your maker and get it started heating if there is a light it will go off whenit is hot enough if not wait aprox 2-3 minutes at the most 5 then spay or brush the inside of the plates with a nonstick cooking spray or brush with butter then pour your batter in the center of the bottom plate and close the lid it should start steaming right away watch the steam it is a never fail indicater of how done your waffle is the less steam the more done your waffle is, there is a lot of trial and error with waffle makers, you should spay or brush between each waffle or they will stick. Let me know how it all cooks out. goofballlovers
Posted on May 21, 2009
SOURCE: Waffle maker won't heat
There is a thermal fuse inside the bottom half of the unit, enclosed in a white insulating sleeve. A replacement can be found on Amazon.com at the following URL:
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
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SOURCE: Turns on but doesn't Cook
It sounds like this is a common poblem but I found what it is. I am a mechanical engineer and fix anything and everything. I had the same thing with my Villeware model 2010. I took it apart and traced with a meter to find the problem. I found the wires to the heating elements in the bottom half melted and shorted where they cross (bad design) just past an inline fuse ( good part of the design!). I can't find any place that carries parts and contacted Villaware direct but do not expect any luck in getting a new wire harness. The fix is either the proper harness or the correct fuse and high temp wire and correct crip connectors. Bypassing the fuse or using incorrect wire would be dangerous, would destroy the control board if another short would occur or possibly lethal from shock or fire.
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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