Any sparkies? Blown fuse question…

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  • MikeT-23
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    lady friend switched on the kettle this morning and tripped the sockets in the flat. I replaced the 13 amp fuse, plugged it in, switched it on and same thing happened.

    The damn thing worked just fine last night. Why should this happen today, and what could be causing it?
    Answers gratefully received – I can’t be doing with going out and buying another one – I don’t think it’s even a year old yet

    Oh, also, enjoy this fine spring day people. It’s all uphill from here, in the best possible sense.

    b1galus
    Member

    leaking element or water causing a short somewhere
    also try checking for something else on the same ring

    Premier Icon bruneep
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    yer kettle is fooked, get off yer arse and get out and buy a new one.

    Spongebob
    Member

    The damn thing worked just fine last night. Why should this happen today, and what could be causing it?

    Why shouldn’t it happen today?

    The fuse blowing is caused by a short circuit in the kettle. It’s defective!

    Can you explain chaos theory for us?

    Less than a year old…should be able to get it replaced 🙂

    Sorry but appliances do not last forever, bit like a car works one day forked the next

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