There are in any electric tea kettle on any current means DC otherwise AC, so I want to know which type of current base electric tea kettle work…..
I would think most home appliances work on AC
Oh My.... Generally AC... But judging by the grunts within your post..... It may be best that you just Stick to Fire; until they invent civilisation in your area!
Says the person with a barbaric Author picture.
How's your 90 Quest going mate?
The wheel of hubs I have got going are moving on smoothly. Wait, do you even know what a wheel is?
Oh No.... Don't say That... I took a side bet that you'd get there in November! Based on the fact that your hub mix was becoming more diverse.
Betting? How primative!Sorry, I probably shouldn't have taken cheap shots at you, seeing as you spend all your time with sheep each and every day, I should've recognised that you may not have the life experiences and lateral depth of a person of my stature.
Futhermore, it is worlwide knowledge that the center of civilization is :Bumble Town !Should've been invented if it did not exist... Bumble Town...
your home kettle wont work on a DC power supplyhowever if you are specifically after a DC element, visit and RV/camping/boating type store, these stores will have 12V DC units
Bumble Town = A Great Google Position Why Else would you need it?
by N. Ramius7 years ago
I left the tea kettle on and forgot about it. Two weeks ago my dad did the same. So now it's time to shop for our third tea kettle. And the house smells like burnt rubber and metal.
by berrydeak178 years ago
Where can I buy Stainless electric Steel Kettle Brushed in Melbourne?I want buy stainless steel electric kettle, give me advice
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