Using a kettle without enough distilled water in the jacket could destroy the heating element

Using a kettle without enough distilled water in the jacket could destroy the heating element

Repairing or replacement a heating element can be costly so check the water level of in your kettle before each use, while it’s still at room temperature. Anytime the water level is below the midpoint of the sight glass on the TDB-8 (120-volt) kettle, or more than ½ inch from the top of the sight glass in a TDB-7 (240-volt) kettle, add water.

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