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Talking More fun in the kitchen. - 10-11-2019, 06:38 AM

Ran the dishwasher this morning. I had these little plastic trays for corn on the cob I bought years ago. I had them in there. Well, they are light and got blown around in there and one of them made its way down to the bottom and balanced perfectly on the heating element. Then the element turned on to dry every thing. Smelled something funny so I went downstairs to see smoke pouring out of the dishwasher. That tray had melted in half onto the heating element. Plastic smoke stinks. Probably toxic too.


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10-11-2019, 06:42 AM

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Ran the dishwasher this morning. I had these little plastic trays for corn on the cob I bought years ago. I had them in there. Well, they are light and got blown around in there and one of them made its way down to the bottom and balanced perfectly on the heating element. Then the element turned on to dry every thing. Smelled something funny so I went downstairs to see smoke pouring out of the dishwasher. That tray had melted in half onto the heating element. Plastic smoke stinks. Probably toxic too.
Sounds like fun.


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10-11-2019, 06:49 AM

Enjoy! That shit is gonna be reminding you it is there for a looking time.

Had same thing happen at my house about a year ago and it is all resolved now.

Pee ess: My appliance advisor said DONT try to get it off, coz you will break the element.
  
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10-11-2019, 07:40 AM

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Enjoy! That shit is gonna be reminding you it is there for a looking time.

Had same thing happen at my house about a year ago and it is all resolved now.

Pee ess: My appliance advisor said DONT try to get it off, coz you will break the element.
That is exactly what I was going to try and do.


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10-11-2019, 07:42 AM

Had the same issue a year or so ago with one of those big plastic spoons. I don't put them in the dish washer anymore. I don't put hardly anything plastic in it except containers as they are too large to get out of the top tray. Gotta love the smell of plastic when melting.
  
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10-11-2019, 08:06 AM

The ice-maker in my kitchen fridge had an issue this weekend and the water going to it wouldn't shut off.
I didn't notice it until I got up Sunday. Don't know how long it was running, but there was a large amount of water in the basement, and the water spread under 40% of the hardwood in the kitchen and the second dining area, as well as into the mud room. Most of the hardwood is warped and the sub floor is mostly ruined.
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10-11-2019, 09:00 AM

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The ice-maker in my kitchen fridge had an issue this weekend and the water going to it wouldn't shut off.
I didn't notice it until I got up Sunday. Don't know how long it was running, but there was a large amount of water in the basement, and the water spread under 40% of the hardwood in the kitchen and the second dining area, as well as into the mud room. Most of the hardwood is warped and the sub floor is mostly ruined.
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The ice-maker in my kitchen fridge had an issue this weekend and the water going to it wouldn't shut off.
I didn't notice it until I got up Sunday. Don't know how long it was running, but there was a large amount of water in the basement, and the water spread under 40% of the hardwood in the kitchen and the second dining area, as well as into the mud room. Most of the hardwood is warped and the sub floor is mostly ruined.
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The ice-maker in my kitchen fridge had an issue this weekend and the water going to it wouldn't shut off.
I didn't notice it until I got up Sunday. Don't know how long it was running, but there was a large amount of water in the basement, and the water spread under 40% of the hardwood in the kitchen and the second dining area, as well as into the mud room. Most of the hardwood is warped and the sub floor is mostly ruined.
Shit happens.
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We'll find out soon enough, but my reading of the policy leads me to believe it will.


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