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Thread: Coretto over-heat cut-out.

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    Red face Coretto over-heat cut-out.

    Hi All,
    Just wondering if anyone can point me in the right direction.
    I have a couple of Breville bread makers that need to cool down before they start their second batch and even (rarely) stop in mid cycle due to over heating (which of course means that if Iím not on the ball, I burn that batch).
    What I want to do is disable any heat sensor component on the circuit board . Iím never going to use them for any thing other than stirrers after all.

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    If you are electrically inclined/approved you can just rig up the motor to the cord via a switch and all it will do is spin the beans.

    Otherwise look for the temp sensors and move them away from the areas of heat (disconnecting might cause an error?).

    Cheers

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    Welcome poddypod
    It’s always worth a little scroll through or a search - had a similar query not long ago
    Should find some answers here ...

    http://coffeesnobs.com.au/home-roast...tml#post619576

    Cheers Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by artman View Post
    If you are electrically inclined/approved you can just rig up the motor to the cord via a switch and all it will do is spin the beans.

    Otherwise look for the temp sensors and move them away from the areas of heat (disconnecting might cause an error?).

    Cheers
    Exactly, I bypassed/removed the electronics on a single loaf Breville and connected directly to the motor about 10 years ago, not difficult.

    However if you need to be walked through the job forget it, pay an electrician, 240 volt in there! it'll kill ya.
    Last edited by Yelta; 30th December 2017 at 08:32 PM.
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    Incompetent :-(

    Quote Originally Posted by artman View Post
    If you are electrically inclined/approved you can just rig up the motor to the cord via a switch and all it will do is spin the beans.

    Otherwise look for the temp sensors and move them away from the areas of heat (disconnecting might cause an error?).

    Cheers
    Yes, disconnecting did cause an error. Reckon Iíll have to get an electrician to help out. Not that confident . Thanks very much for your advice, Artman.
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    Thanks, Yelta. That is the sort of advice I actually need. Not keen to roll the dice
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