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If the indication lights on the Cuisinart Griddler GR- 4N have stopped working when your device is in use then the this guide will help you replace the LED lights.

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  1. Ensure device is turned unplugged, cooled down and clean before attempting any replacements. Remove cooking plates by pushing in the tabs on each side of the plate at the same time.
    • Ensure device is turned unplugged, cooled down and clean before attempting any replacements.

    • Remove cooking plates by pushing in the tabs on each side of the plate at the same time.

  2. Remove the six 5.5mm Phillips #2 screws that secure the bottom heating coil to the device.
    • Remove the six 5.5mm Phillips #2 screws that secure the bottom heating coil to the device.

  3. Remove the four 30 mm Phillips #2 screws that secure the bottom heating apparatus.
    • Remove the four 30 mm Phillips #2 screws that secure the bottom heating apparatus.

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  5. Remove the single 5.5 mm Phillips #2 screw next to center black button.
    • Remove the single 5.5 mm Phillips #2 screw next to center black button.

    • After removing the center screw the metal plate should be free to remove.

  6. Lift the bottom heating apparatus up and remove large black center piece by pushing down on black button while sliding out. Realign all surface and put device back together making sure all parts are lined up and heating surfaces are making contact.
    • Lift the bottom heating apparatus up and remove large black center piece by pushing down on black button while sliding out.

    • Realign all surface and put device back together making sure all parts are lined up and heating surfaces are making contact.

    • The aligned parts will allow the cooking surfaces to work properly.

  7. Remove the two 6 mm Phillips #2 screws that secure the knob circuit board.
    • Remove the two 6 mm Phillips #2 screws that secure the knob circuit board.

    • Move the circuit board to the side so it is out of the way.

  8. Remove the two 6 mm Phillips #2 screws that secure the white plastic LED holder.
    • Remove the two 6 mm Phillips #2 screws that secure the white plastic LED holder.

  9. Cut the zip ties which hold the LED lights in place with scissors/knife. Cut the zip ties which hold the LED lights in place with scissors/knife.
    • Cut the zip ties which hold the LED lights in place with scissors/knife.

  10. Slide back black plastic covers and cut the two wires connected to the LED with a pair of scissors. The LED bulb should now be free to remove. In order to replace bulb you must solder the new LED into the existing wires.
    • Slide back black plastic covers and cut the two wires connected to the LED with a pair of scissors.

    • The LED bulb should now be free to remove. In order to replace bulb you must solder the new LED into the existing wires.

    • Upon soldering the LED will need to be zip tied back in place.

Conclusión

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Hai

is there any body can come home and help me

or any place I can send my machine and repair

regds

Leela Manilal

Raghavan Manilal - Contestar

any tips on how to fix a broken thermostat?

Jean-Michel Léon - Contestar

Will any green LED work? Or does it have to be a particular voltage?

Bob Mounger - Contestar

How do I get the heating element off? It seems pretty securely connected via the red and white wires connected to the machine. Is there an easy way to disassemble this part? I honestly just want to clean the baked on grease on the pans but I’ve got to remove the heating element in order to do that. Any advice would be most appreciated. Thanks!

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