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It's the wires going to temp sensor in lid. Take the drip catcher off and remove the screw on the plastic plate by the hinge, remove the black plastic cover and you will probably find that the screw had been driven through the wires at the factory.

Krups RK7011... | Answered on Oct 19, 2018

This is a known issue with Krups kettles. If you are a handy person then you can remove the base and use a high temp gasket maker (auto shops have it) to add to existing silicone seal which goes bad after a couple of years.

Krups FLF2... | Answered on Jan 16, 2018

Unfortunately it's unfixable. A few recent Philips models do it as well and it's worst in hard water areas. Basically the cause is that a tiny bit of water gets into the bottom seam each time the kettle is used and leaves a residue behind when it dries out. Over time, the residue builds up and forces the seam apart so the leak gets worse.

All you can realistically do is hope that it's still under warranty and demand that Krups replace it, preferably with a different model. If they won't then you may have to exert whichever consumer rights exist in your country, but one way or another you need to stop using your kettle (it's dangerous!) and replace it with another.

Krups FLF2... | Answered on Jan 16, 2018

They say they have 343 + Krups manuals available free for downloading.

Krups 652-70... | Answered on Dec 08, 2017

Here is the manual in case you do not have it:. Scroll down until you find "Documentation" and then download the instructions.
As far as the error code goes, Krups does not list anything. However, there is a reset button on this unit (see the manual), it may need deep cleaning, OR the internal battery needs to be replaced. If none of that works contact Krups (number inside the manual or on the website) customer support and see what they say.

Krups Kitchen... | Answered on Dec 07, 2017

I do not know the exact inner workings of this toaster, but I can suggest what the fault may be.

Many of the toasters use a separate high power section in the eating element for toasting. This part of the element could have gone defective. There is the possibility the computer board that directs the power for the higher temperature mode for toasting has failed.

The only reliable way to know is to try the computer board, element assembly, or the switches if the switches are on a separate module than the computer board.

Just to add... These toaster units usually have a thermo protection fuse. These fuses have a temperature rating. It would be in series with the element. This fuse may have failed. This is a common fault in many of these types of units. This type of fuse is rated in Degrees C or F, and not in Amps. it is a thermo fuse.

Krups 287... | Answered on Apr 02, 2017

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