Multi-cooker Philips HD3039/40 does not turn on – repair chronicles

не включается мультиварка Philips HD3039/40

Recently, we got into the hands the multi-cooker Philips HD3039  with the stated symptoms: “The multi-cooker does not respond to pressing the buttons”. If the multi-cooker does not turn on, it’s not so easy to identify the cause, but today we will try to show one very common breakdown, which can be simple and easy corrected on your own.

Multi-cooker Philips HD3039/40 does not turn on – repair chronicles

If the multi-cooker does not turn on and the display does not lighted up, then either this breakdown is most likely related to the power supply or a problem is in the control panel of the multi-cooker.

Multi-cooker Philips HD3039 / 40 does not turn on

The clock on the display can show the time, as they are powered by the built-in battery on the control board.

built-in battery on the control board

Open the case of the multi-cooker, its bottom is fixed with only four screws.

Open the case of the multi-cooker

At a minor inspection of the power wires, a thermal fuse, which clips to the metal casing, can be identified in a heat-resistant tube.

a thermal fuse

Release the clip and move the tube from the thermal fuse.

a thermal fuse in Multi-cooker

Check the thermal fuse. If there is a breakage, that means it has succession of action and is subject to replacement, and multi-cooker does not turn on because of it.

Check the thermal fuse

Replace it with a new one, important to take into account the operation temperature of the new thermal fuse, it must exactly coincide with the old one (it is 152°C in this multi-cooker).

the thermal fuse

The thermal fuse should not be soldered, it is necessary to use crimp terminals for connection.

the thermal fuse

Collect and check the multi-cooker.

check the multi-cooker

As you can see, the multi-cooker works. And thermal fuses most often burn out because of non-compliance with the rules for loading products. If the multi-cooker thermo fuse burn out after replacement over again, it is necessary to check the temperature sensors, etc.

You mustn’t remove the thermal fuse from the power circuit at all, as this is very dangerous. In case of an emergency situation this is the last line of protection!

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