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by John
(Akron, Ohio)

The thermostat on my Nesco FD-60 dehydrator gave out after a year of light use. As a raw foodist the temperature of the food should never reach more than 115 degrees - yes this takes longer (days) but that's not the point if you want to preserve the rawness factor of the foods. The thermostat settings stopped functioning until you turned the dial to about the 115 degree mark and then the temp would climb to over 125 degrees for several hours and drop down to room temperature for several hours over and over. I used a nice temperature probe to verify this. I emailed and called the company but the only advice was to buy a new one.

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Nov 13, 2015
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