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dcarch

dcarch

OK.  I am not 100% sure, but this may be the problem.

 

In order for the whistle to work, there has to be some kind of a valve to shut off the steam from going out the spout.

 

If the valve is stuck, (by a tea leaf?) the steam will escape from the spout instead of blowing the whistle.

 

Check that out with a flashlight.

 

Just guessing.

 

dcarch

 

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dcarch

dcarch

OK.  am not 100% sure, but this may be the problem.

 

In order for the whistle to work, there has to be some kind of a valve to shut off the steam from going out the spout.

 

If the valve is stuck, (by a tea leaf?) the steam will escape from the spout instead of blowing the whistle.

 

Just guessing.

 

dcarch

 

1920757310_teakettle.thumb.JPG.857cc9b4da08b8c5197ce183fae828a8.JPG

dcarch

dcarch

OK.  am not 100% sure, but this may be the problem.

 

In order for the whistle to work, there has to be some kind of a valve to shut off the steam from going out the spout.

 

If the valve is stuck, (by a tea leaf?) the steam will escape from the spout instead of blowing the whistle.

 

Just guessing.

 

dcarch

 

266927030_teakettle.thumb.JPG.c4a5086d0e4a4fdc4c188801099f440a.JPG

dcarch

dcarch

OK. 266927030_teakettle.thumb.JPG.c4a5086d0e4a4fdc4c188801099f440a.JPGI am not 100% sure, but this may be the problem.

 

In order for the whistle to work, there has to be some kind of a valve to shut off the steam from going out the spout.

 

If the valve is stuck, (by a tea leaf?) the steam will escape from the spout instead of blowing the whistle.

 

Just guessing.

 

dcarch

 

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