Updated: May 30, 2023
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Kalorik MAXX air fryer oven does not turn on

I was told that there is an inline fuse that my be blown?

Short summary:

  1. Check the control panel, plug head, and air fry basket:Ensure that the control panel is functioning properly.
    Verify that the plug head is securely connected to the power source.
    Make sure the air fry basket is properly inserted and the drawer is closed.
  2. Reboot the air fryer:Unplug the power cord from the electrical outlet.
    Wait for about 10 seconds.
    Plug the power cord back into the outlet.
  3. Check the thermal fuse:Open the plug head of the power cord.
    Locate the thermal fuse inside the plug head.
    Check if the thermal fuse is broken or black, indicating it is faulty.
    If the thermal fuse is faulty, purchase a new one from an electrical store.
    Replace the faulty thermal fuse with the new one.

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Kalorik MAXX air fryer does not turn on. Please assist


Make sure that the power cord is functional and plugged in. Check that you also have a working socket. Check that the basket is properly attached and the airy fryer door is closed completely. Try rebooting the air fryer to see if it turns on.

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how do you reboot an air fryer

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Please try unplugging the power cord and plugging it back in.

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Still not working. I was told that there is an inline fuse in the cord , is that true?

Your Kalorik air fryer not working is a pointer to several issues. Unless it is a power issue, something is not correct.
You have to check the control panel, the plug head, misplaced air fry basket, among others.
If your Kalorik air fryer is not working, flash the chart below and resolve the issue:

  • Bug – Reset
  • Broken power flex - Replace flex
  • Dead/faulty fuse - Replace fuse
  • Unplugged air fryer - Plug and switch on the socket
  • Timer button on - Put the timer off and restart the air fryer
  • Burnt circuitry box/system - Get an electrician to diagnose and redo the wiring system.
  • Technical fault - Call your KALORIK service center or tech for repair and replacement.
  • Slipped air fryer basket - Insert the basket properly and close the drawer for the air fryer to work.
  • End of life - Replace your model
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where is the fuse located?

The Kalorik air fryer plug head’s fuse regulates your appliance’s power volume. It plays the work of guard against high voltage.
When the thermal fuse is faulty or dies, your device won’t start. The only way is to open the plug head, remove the faulty/dead thermal fuse, and replace it with a new one.
It is not rare to experience a defunct thermal fuse, hence the need to keep extra thermal fuses in your kitchen drawer. The small components are available in most electrical stores around your area to resolve your Kalorik air fryer troubleshooting issues.
Once you test and find that the little unit is dead, you can go ahead and replace it to heat your device to your requirements. You will find the thermal fuse on the plug head and your appliance’s guts. Usually, a dead fuse will have a broken filament and is black.

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where is the plud head located, Inside the unit?

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The plug head located at the end of the wire, you plug it into the socket when you want to start the device.

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my plug is a standard 3-prong plug with no fuse . Is the fuse inside the unit?

It is placed inside your device.
Your issue requires help from a handyman, who's able to come to your house and review the problem. I would highly recommend not trying and fixing the issue yourself, as it needs to be done by a professional. Please provide me with the area you're living in so that I can provide you with contacts of the best repair services near you!

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I am an Electronic Tech. and will try and service it myself. Thank you for your assistance.

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No thank you. Have a good day

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Yes, you can test the thermal fuse using a multimeter to check for continuity. There are online tutorials available that can guide you through the process.
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Is there a way to test the thermal fuse to determine if it's the cause of the problem?
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I followed the instructions precisely, but my air fryer is still not working. It's frustrating because I was hoping to resolve the issue on my own. Any other troubleshooting ideas?
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I'm grateful for your assistance! 🙏 Your knowledge and guidance saved me from buying a new air fryer. Thanks a million! 😄

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