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Does anyone know what's caused one of the pins in the kettle plug to melt into the socket?

(4 Posts)
IDidntRaiseAThief Wed 24-Jun-09 11:25:15

Have managed to get the plug out of the wall but it's buggered. I don't need to be without my frigging kettle, and certianly don't need to paying for a new one.

i thuoght the fuse would go if there was a power surge, wither on the plu, or at fusebox. Not the actual black bit round the prong. This happened as the thing was boiling.

gah gah gah.

FabBakerGirlIsBack Wed 24-Jun-09 11:26:37

I would be buying another kettle and replacing the plug socket.

Horton Wed 24-Jun-09 11:50:22

Me too. I would also be getting an electrician round to check things over. And boiling water in a pan on the stove.

IDidntRaiseAThief Wed 24-Jun-09 19:07:34

will ring the landlords up, am def using a pan, what pain that is!! Didn't realise how many cups of tea i had until now blush

Have ordered a new kettle to collect form Argos 2morrow, which involves a 35 mile round trip but what can yuo do, since Woolies closed!

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