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Two of these inline following the heater. One has failed. Anybody got one??!!
 

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Local appliance parts supplier should have plenty.
Thermal Fuse.
 

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duh cell phone camera saved us... Are these necessary, or can one work in line? Or can I take them out entirely? One more thing...
 

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The thermostat that was on the heating element has no continuity, so I had a different one I put in. Is there anyway to test the old one to see if it's an off then or a burned out on then off?
 

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duh cell phone camera saved us... Are these necessary, or can one work in line? Or can I take them out entirely? One more thing...
Not without risks, I saw it done once and the offender ended up with a hole in his Formica counter top, under the coffee pot!!.:eek:
 

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Hello,

The thermal fuse is a safety device.
Removing it might cause fire.
When the insurance finds out that the fire started with the coffie pot without the thermal fuse in it, you will not get payed.

Bertus
 

73's de Edd

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The thermostat that was on the heating element has no continuity, so I had a different one I put in. Is there anyway to test the old one to see if it's an off then or a burned out on then off?

Both thermostats should read shorted at room temperature, then bi-metallic strip activated switching action open circuits at prescribed temperature. Then slow cool down action bobbles the unit to on and off cycling to maintain ~ temperature set point.

The other companion unit is a ONE SHOT over current detecting unit . . . . . . replace with same found temp marked rating on the new unit.
(They likes to use centigrade markup . . . . mostly.)
Either crimp the wire connections on the new unit or nut and bolt (brass preferably) clamp . . . (Locktite on threads) with some new wire formed terminals made on wire ends.

Daaaaaaaaaaaaaassit !
 

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Don't I reads that depicted one "shotted " thermo/fuse as being a TEAPO brand and of a 240 C . . . cen-ti-mum-uh-grated blowing up temp rating ?
If so . . . . . .MAN! . . . . . . . .You'se done gots yersefs one HOT pot !
 
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