I have an old electric percolator and I think I fried something. I made the brilliant move of plugging it in with no water in it. And,left it like that for an hour. The electricity moves thru the cord fine, and into the pot. But, I can’t get it to do anything from there. There are no fuses. I’m not sure what else to check out. Thanks
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