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Old Yesterday, 15:19   #4876
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Re: What have you just bought?

It was sparking then the oven would not go higher than 60.
Maybe I was a bit fast in buying a new oven tbh.
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Re: What have you just bought?

2 packs of sugar from Poundland (1.65kg for 50p, an odd size) 65p/kg in most shops, but only 30p/kg in Poundland.

Just found a recall from last year when "small particles of metal" could be in them. But not the batch numbers they are selling now.
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2 packs of sugar from Poundland (1.65kg for 50p, an odd size) 65p/kg in most shops, but only 30p/kg in Poundland.

Just found a recall from last year when "small particles of metal" could be in them. But not the batch numbers they are selling now.
A bit of iron in your diet is no bad thing,i haven't taken sugar for the past 25 years but good find
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Re: What have you just bought?

When the element goes in ours it's pyrotechnics time: Bright yellow glow, then frying sound and finally blue flashes. Then the fuse goes. It plugs into a standard 13A outlet.

If your electrics include an RCD (Earth leakage breaker) it usually knocks the whole house out rather than the fireworks.

There's a panel at the rear held by some screws, remove this to inspect the element. It's usually pretty obvious when it's gone.
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