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Posted on 23 Dec 2011 12:59:29 GMT
Haven says:
i also have a halogen oven and is very efficient and dependable, saves warming the big oven. Had it had the paddle like the actifry l may well have invested in one but l do love my philips air fryer.So my 3 essentials in the kitchen in addition to my ceramic fan oven is the halogen oven, the philips airfryer and the george formen grill with changeable plates. l need nothing more....

Posted on 30 Dec 2011 14:19:37 GMT
R. Phealon says:
Had actifry for about six months. Absolutely no problem. Find it easy to clean. Other reviews recommend not putting in dishwasher so we, husband, washes it by hand. Heard of several which have caught fire so watch it fairly carefully when in use. When time comes will consider replacing with halogen oven. Hope that will not be for some time.

Posted on 2 Jan 2012 00:12:21 GMT
I. Darren says:
If there are all these problems shouldn't Tefal do a product recall. We don't use ours do often, but concerned now!

Posted on 23 Jan 2012 21:49:58 GMT
had my actifry about 3 yrs no probs up til now ,the rotating part that the paddle clips on to has shed its blades so cant
't use anymore pity it never let me down

Posted on 24 Jan 2012 20:57:37 GMT
i have an actifry had no probs with it i use it every day i love it until i cooked 4 frozen sausages an paddle snapped so i rung tefal an woman on fone was luvly she sent me 1 out an it was with me within 10days, so now im bk 2 cooking lol, it was only 9month old an i lost the guarantee she tuk number on box an she new when it was brought an were. so bk 2 happy cookin.

In reply to an earlier post on 24 Jan 2012 22:32:39 GMT
mad4shopping says:
Go to official Tefal Uk site and you can obtain them through them and at reasonable prices.

Posted on 6 Feb 2012 15:50:40 GMT
We love our tefal actifry but both myself and my son have had problems with the lids while still under guarantee. Lids seem very flimsy plastic cracks with the heat. I am thinking of investing in a philips fryer after reading customers comments.

Posted on 6 Feb 2012 22:37:30 GMT
CONTACT 0845 6021454
This number is the headoffice for Groupeseb who own Tefal, Moulinex, Rowenta, Krups and many more
You will definently be able to get your spare parts from there.
They sell spare parts for every product they manufacture

In reply to an earlier post on 7 Feb 2012 10:30:40 GMT
Found mine on eBay.

In reply to an earlier post on 7 Feb 2012 10:35:04 GMT
Their new paddle which cost me! 27 pound if I remember right .Got it from eBay and it is stronger and of superior design.Maybe we are the test subjects for this great product.Hope they get it right before I need a new one. Not easy to clean where the plastic lid slots in but still a good idea product.

Posted on 11 Feb 2012 08:40:24 GMT
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cookie says:
I had a Tefal Actifry for about 2 years then it caught fire. After reading reviews I decided not to replace it. I decided to buy the Crisp & Bake Halogen oven fron Ideal World. Fantastic the best of both worlds. Grills, bakes makes wonderful chips. It has a removable paddle system like the Actifry but is cheaper I paid £106.00.Ideal World have it on 3 interest free payments. Try it you won't be disappointed.

Posted on 12 Feb 2012 00:48:38 GMT
jen_p says:
The motor went on our actifry and it was almost the price of a new one to replace, so we bought a philips air fryer. Fantastic device - more robust than actifry, and does crispier chips, although it doesn't do wet food.

So, we're stripping the actifry to sell for spares. There's the paddle, the lid (recently replaced), the bowl, the heating element, and any other parts - except the motor - that I can get off it. Anyone interested?

Posted on 17 Feb 2012 10:55:25 GMT
Lauren says:
VisiCook Crisp & Bake Halogen Oven: £99.99 (free delivery) at Lakeland - my favourite store. (Fabulous customer service.)
They are "expecting delivery . . . on 21 Feb 2012 and we will despatch it as soon as it comes into stock"
http://www.lakeland.co.uk/16082/VisiCook-Crisp-and-Bake-Halogen-Oven?src=emails_120216k2_main

In reply to an earlier post on 17 Feb 2012 14:20:50 GMT
If you go to the Tefal website you can get spares direct from them. They come from France but postage is free over £25 and I found the service very efficient.

In reply to an earlier post on 6 Mar 2012 08:20:56 GMT
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In reply to an earlier post on 6 Mar 2012 08:21:06 GMT
Hi. i woulb be interested in the heating element and spoon if you have it. Are the elements easy to replace yourself or would i need someone to do it? If you have the parts could you email me on amanda.davies79@tiscali.co.uk

Thanks

Posted on 6 Mar 2012 17:07:58 GMT
my mum has had her actifry at least three years now she loves it and whenever bits brake or go wrong we replace them because she loves it so much and belstar sale the bits and sends them quickly she still says till this day that it costs less to replace parts then to buy a new one and she couldnt be with out it...

In reply to an earlier post on 7 Mar 2012 08:30:51 GMT
Akita7 says:
Stir-fry? I have had my Actifry from when they first launched, great deal from Costco. I must admit I have only ever cooked potatoes in it. What have I been missing out on? :0)

In reply to an earlier post on 7 Mar 2012 12:19:36 GMT
'The Don' says:
The thing is. You should not be having to 'Buy' parts for your mum's Actifry. You should 'Demand Them' F.O.C from Tefal. Most people are under the miss guided impression that, if a warranty says 1 or 2 years, then they have to pay, outside this time. The truth is your local trading standards can explain 'the 6 year rule' to you. As obviously The Tefal Actifry is not lasting for a "Reasonable Time". I'm on my fourth . Last one, paddle broke after 16 months. Never had to pay. Tefal (and Amazon) have a 'Duty of Care' and with the Actifry, they are failing. But when it works, it's the best gadget I have ever owned

In reply to an earlier post on 1 May 2012 18:02:58 BDT
I have an Actifry and Philips Airfryer. The Actifry is better as it moves things while it cooks, the lid on mine broke but its under Guarantee so Tefal are replacing it. I bought mine from ideal world but they give you tefals telephone number and they deal with it. The Phillips Airfryer is good but i think half way through cooking it would be better to shake the basket. The Philips looks harder wearing and it has a 2 year Guarantee as there are no moving parts. The basket and tray are also dishwasher safe.

In reply to an earlier post on 1 May 2012 23:18:39 BDT
Go to E spares and type in the search tefal acti fry parts and scroll down it shows the paddle there, hope this helps.

Posted on 1 May 2012 23:23:16 BDT
I have just checked E Spares and they have all the replacement parts for the Acti Fry and as other posters have said it must be the older models that had the problems as I have had mine for two years without one single problem. But must add at this moment I am now touching wood for good luck.

Posted on 1 May 2012 23:46:34 BDT
R says:
Actifry spares are considerably cheaper on Amazon (http://www.amazon.co.uk/mn/search/?_encoding=UTF8&x=0&tag=hot-deal--21&linkCode=ur2&y=0&camp=1634&creative=19450&field-keywords=actifry%20spare%20parts&url=search-alias%3Daps) compared to places like E Spares.

Posted on 3 May 2012 12:23:33 BDT
Keith Hoare says:
I can't say the actifryer is very reliable, except it has worked for over two years although it's handy to have a little mechanical / electrical knowledge. The micro switches went in the lid, they cost £1.25 from Maplin. There was no springs in the catches so the top kept opening. I put a couple in and it now works. Then I had a paddle go. The new ones are much improved to the old ones. Fingers crossed it's been going for six months without a problem.

Keith

Posted on 4 May 2012 12:42:16 BDT
frog says:
paddle broken today this is the second one and out of warranty .........................................................................................
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