Repairing a Broken Chocolate Fountain Large chocolate fountains are commonly used by food caterers, restaurateurs and hotel owners. These are the high-end chocolate fountains, which are too bulky and expensive for household use. They are manufactured to be very durable but they will inevitably and eventually breakdown overtime. If a chocolate fountain breaks down, it usually has warranty from the manufacturer for a specific period of time. This means that it will be repaired for free by in-house technicians. Some components may also be replaced for free if it is still under warranty. However, if the warranty has already expired, other technicians may need to be hired. In some cases, it may be more practical to purchase a new device rather than to simply repair it. Similar thing can be said about smaller and much cheaper fountains intended for household use. These products also have warranties but if the warranties are already expired, it would be necessary to bring it to the service center and pay for the costs of labor and replacement parts. On the other hand, if you want to minimize the expenses, you can do repair on your own. It is just a matter of understanding how the contraption works. The device is actually simple and relatively easy to disassemble and reassemble. In most cases, the problem is mechanical in nature such as a clogged corkscrew auger. Simply cleaning this component will solve the problem. In some instances, the problem could be traced to the electrical components. Some components may be short-circuited and may need to be either rewired or replaced.
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Repairs can either be done through warranty or as DIY project.