Can I get an electric shock from my toaster?

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Hello,
I recently bought a new toaster that has a special feature
extra wide slots (for American sandwich toasts)
is. And then today it happened: My girlfriend wanted the (not
When the toaster is switched on, pull it out a little while using the
Index finger in the toast slot and got a good swipe,
that she has a blister on her finger.
I've now taken a closer look at the device. The grid in front of the
The heating coil is also extraordinarily wide, the distance to the upper edge
quite small and the slits so wide that a child can use the whole
Hand can reach into it without difficulty.
How can it be that such a device only switches off 1-pole and
still got TÜV and GS seals of approval? Is 1-pole disconnection otherwise
also common with toasters? It also happens again and again that the
Toast doesn't pop out properly and you grab something into the device
got to; with this special toaster you will almost certainly touch the
Heating coil.

Greeting,
WiWo.
Post by Winfried Wolf
It also happens again and again that the
Toast doesn't pop out properly and you grab something into the device
got to
With good toasters, you can push the eject lever * up * when you need it
a slice of bread jammed. With cheap devices you just have to pull the plug
pull it off and only then fumble.

Sincerely

Jan
Post by Winfried Wolf
Index finger in the toast slot and got a good wipe,
that she has a blister on her finger.
A burn blister from an electric shock? Sure the toaster isn't hot yet
was?

I've been hit quite a few times, but a burn blister
never got out of there.

Greeting,
Martin
Post by Martin Eckel
Post by Winfried Wolf
Index finger in the toast slot and got a good swipe,
that she has a blister on her finger.
A burn blister from an electric shock? Sure the toaster isn't hot yet
was?
If the toaster is on - properly in the in-house equipotential bonding
has low resistance included ;-) - sheet metal housing, the current can flow over
The thumb and forefinger should be strong enough to grip the
Entry points to cause burn wounds, without, however, dangerous over
Heart to flow.


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Post by Martin Eckel
A burn blister from an electric shock?
Yes, you can. Last time my colleague gave me a
Brings the switching power supply, nicely wrapped in foil and cardboard, and says, "You,
Can you confirm to me that this is “broken?” Unpacked, and right away
dropped again and said, "yes, it's broken, otherwise it would be
Elko was empty "* grumble * After production of the two brands of electricity
my thumb still had 290 volts: ((


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Post by Winfried Wolf
Hello,
I recently bought a new toaster that has a special feature
extra wide slots (for American sandwich toasts)
is. And then today it happened: My girlfriend wanted the (not
When the toaster is switched on, pull it out a little while using the
Index finger in the toast slot and got a good wipe,
that she has a blister on her finger.
snipsnap>
Hi, shouldn't happen. As far as I remember (DIN VDE 0700 ff)
the degree of protection should not fall below IP1x. Furthermore should
the heating coil can be switched off on all poles.
Bought in D?
Burn from the perfusion? If the body resistance is about 1kOhm
assumes, 200mA come to flow. If it's in your finger
and goes out again, rather more (electricity). Could be enough for one brand of electricity.
Rail
Hello, I recently bought a new toaster that is available as a
Special feature with extra wide slots (for American
Sandwich toasts).
How can it be that such a device only switches off 1-pole and
still got TÜV and GS seals of approval?
Maybe a US import device? Assumption (please comment from
Experts): In the US, the power plugs are two different
wide flat pins so it might be possible with one
single-pole disconnection in the device guarantees to switch the phase.
But not with us.
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Post by Heinrich Pfeifer
Hello, I recently bought a new toaster that is available as a
Special feature with extra wide slots (for American
Sandwich toasts).
How can it be that such a device only switches off 1-pole and
still got TÜV and GS seals of approval?
You can print a lot on it. Whether it really has this seal is a
other topic. It is also known that these seals often use the
let the grossest quirks through.
Post by Heinrich Pfeifer
Maybe a US import device? Assumption (please comment from
Experts): In the US, the power plugs are two different
wide flat pins so it might be possible with one
single-pole disconnection in the device guarantees to switch the phase.
This is also available in the UK, CHINA, F and some other countries
Post by Jens Fittig
You can print a lot on it. Whether it really has this seal is a
other topic. It is also known that these seals often use the
let the grossest quirks through.
Thank you for your answers.
Incidentally, it is actually a very inexpensive device,
Bought at Amazon and rated very well there almost consistently, what for
was the reason for buying me.

Tristar BR-2122 toaster black stainless steel 800 watts

I will now give the reviews a negative one
Add. With the plug turned, I will continue to use the device
use. That unfortunately this socket is the only one that is freely accessible
is in my kitchen that is not FI-protected, I'll also be in the
Keep an eye on.

WiWo
Post by Winfried Wolf
Thank you for your answers.
Incidentally, it is actually a very inexpensive device,
Bought at Amazon and rated very well there almost consistently, what for
was the reason for buying me.
Tristar BR-2122 toaster black stainless steel 800 watts
I will now give the reviews a negative one
Add. With the plug turned, I will continue to use the device
use. That unfortunately this socket is the only one that is freely accessible
is in my kitchen that is not FI-protected, I'll also be in the
Keep an eye on.
WiWo
Hello Winfried,
What do you expect from a device that is offered for € 13.90? For
the price should actually be "good" for the device. ;-)
Post by Winfried Wolf
Post by Jens Fittig
You can print a lot on it. Whether it really has this seal is a
other topic. It is also known that these seals often use the
let the grossest quirks through.
Thank you for your answers.
Incidentally, it is actually a very inexpensive device,
bought at Amazon and almost consistently rated very well there, what for
was the reason for buying me.
Tristar BR-2122 toaster black stainless steel 800 watts
Do you no longer have a warranty? If so, I would give the real Rabatz
do! Incl. Consumer protection, TÜV, GS etc.
Post by Winfried Wolf
I will now give the reviews a negative one
Add. With the plug turned, I will continue to use the device
use. That unfortunately this socket is the only one that is freely accessible
is in my kitchen that is not FI-protected, I'll also be in the
Keep an eye on.
And if something does happen, it's your turn because you knowingly a rough one
Commits negligence.

I would recommend a separate FI adapter. But the
costs more than a usable toaster.
Post by Winfried Wolf
How can it be that such a device only switches off 1-pole and
still got TÜV and GS seals of approval?
Falsified.

And there is a lot:

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rapid_Alert_System_for_Non-Food_Products


Yours Dieter
Post by Winfried Wolf
Hello,
I recently bought a new toaster that has a special feature
extra wide slots (for American sandwich toasts)
is. And then today it happened: My girlfriend wanted the (not
When the toaster is switched on, pull it out a little while using the
Index finger in the toast slot and got a good swipe,
that she has a blister on her finger.
I've now taken a closer look at the device. The grid in front of the
The heating coil is also extraordinarily wide, the distance to the upper edge
quite small and the slits so wide that a child can use the whole
Hand can reach into it without difficulty.
A little big ...
Post by Winfried Wolf
How can it be that such a device only switches off 1-pole and
still got TÜV and GS seals of approval? Is 1-pole disconnection otherwise
also common with toasters? It also happens again and again that the
Toast doesn't pop out properly and you grab something into the device
got to; with this special toaster you will almost certainly touch the
Heating coil.
I know that from every toaster ... we fly off and
out to the FI because my brothers wedged loaves with knives
fishing out without pulling the plug, prohibition and safety instruction
or not.

so called Ragnar
Post by Ragnar Bartuska
I know that from every toaster ...
and out to the FI because my brothers wedged sandwiches with that
Fishing out the knife without pulling the plug, ban and
Safety instruction or not.
There we have it again, the constancy of misery: they would
get a violent (electric) shock if they wouldn't do it again
do, but only the FI triggers.

The rule of the constancy of misery says: Additional
Security measures increase carelessness - security remains
constant.
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Post by Werner Holtfreter
The rule of the constancy of misery says: Additional
Security measures increase carelessness - security remains
constant.
But that only applies to the stupid, to the few smarter fellow citizens
increases security.

and then there are the really blatant cases. I do not want to know,
How many Spaniards there would be if FIs for the whole house weren't here
have been a requirement for a long time;)
Post by Werner Holtfreter
Post by Ragnar Bartuska
I know that from every toaster ...
and out to the FI because my brothers wedged sandwiches with that
Fishing out the knife without pulling the plug, ban and
Safety instruction or not.
There we have it again, the constancy of misery: they would
get a violent (electric) shock if they wouldn't do it again
do, but only the FI triggers.
naked. When I don't have FI times, I already have one or the other a lot
get a painful blow, but still don't shy away from it,
sticking your finger in the slot. And if that's someone from the
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Post by Timm Thiemann
When I don't have FI times, I already have one or the other a lot
get a painful blow,
It also hurts like hell with _with_ FI.


-ras
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Post by Ralph A. Schmid, dk5ras
Post by Timm Thiemann
When I don't have FI times, I already have one or the other a lot
get a painful blow,
It also hurts like hell with _with_ FI.
However, yes ... says someone who, as a child, occasionally used 100mA-FI
Received electric shocks (2x I think) and later through once
Careless handling (actually you should do it better as a professional
know as voltage-free simply only with the light switch
check instead of using the Duspol, but the recklessness ...)

so called Ragnar
Post by Ralph A. Schmid, dk5ras
Post by Timm Thiemann
get a painful blow,
It also hurts like hell with _with_ FI.
Certainly. An incandescent lamp between phase and protective conductor is flashing
also clearly on.
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Post by Werner Holtfreter
Post by Ralph A. Schmid, dk5ras
It also hurts like hell with _with_ FI.
Certainly. An incandescent lamp between phase and protective conductor is flashing
also clearly on.
About a half-wave. This is one of the reasons why a (Carefree package. Especially not for small children and / or people
with spec. Heart problems.

Thomas

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