Tuesday, April 14, 2015

How to Reset Sansaire Sous Vide Immersion Circulator

 

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Sansaire Sous Vide Reset

The Sansaire Sous Vide Immersion Circulator has a safety mechanism in case the water level becomes too low and the heating elements begin to overheat. This usually happens if the machine is turned on for an extended period outside a water bath or the water level becomes too low. If this happens, the display reads ‘RESET’.

Let the heating element cool and press the reset button on the back of the circulator to return normal functionality.


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4 comments:

  1. My san saire adjustment ring is only changing the tenths. It stays between 211.0 and 211.9? Any ideas?

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  2. I’ve pressed the power bottle several times, it was not overheated. I let it cool off all night before putting it away. Any suggestions? BTW is the power button also the RESTART BUTTON? The instructions stated the button the back, there is no button on the back.all 3 buttons are on top!

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  3. Plugged it in and it read RESET. I assumed after reading the instructions “press the reset button” on the BACK? There are no buttons on the back. 3 Buttons on the top. Anyway I pressed the start button nothing happened. Any suggestions?

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  4. Was having same problem and came across these instructions below. There is a teeny tiny power putting toward the top back. Use a pen till gear clock. Thank goodness it worked!!!


    Stuck on “RESET” or “LOW WATER”
    Press the reset button inward using a pen or paperclip until you hear a “click” sound. The unit will power off at this time.
    Submerge the Sansaire in water.
    Press the power button to turn on the unit, it should now function normally.

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