automatic shut off failure
The kettle doesn't shut off when it reaches boil. Is there any way to repair?
I’ve just had the same issue on a Hario Electric Buono kettle. I took it apart and realized that the bimetallic thermostat had rust on it, preventing it to do its work and “snap” when the steam reached it.
It’s a little disk made up of two different types of metals that changes shape with heat. In my case, the fix was easy: I used a metal brush to clean it up and it corrected the issue. It could be work taking a look at your kettle to see whether it could be the same issue.
Is the sieve missing ? Or is it broken ?
Most cookers are switching off by “enough" steam.
If the steam can leave the cooker too fast, they won't switch off immediately
They switch off quite delayed.
Try to get a new sieve.
To test, if this reflect's your case - you can test by carefully “blocking" the exhaust e.g. wiping cloth. But carefull - it get's hot !
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