[quote=“dl7und”][quote=“Bu Lai En”]
No, it is oil-filled.
I’m sure it is. But as others said before: You WILL know if oil has leaked.
[quote=“Bu Lai En”]
So maybe it is another problem. I pulled it apart a bit and can’t see any obvious electrical problems.
Did you check the fuse? It should have some kind of indicator lamp. Does it work? It should be an electrical problem. Parts could malfunction because the current (thanks to those great 110V…) was too high or they could just have unsoldered themselves due to the heat of the device…[/quote]
shake it and see do you hear oil moving a round in it. It is very low viscosity oil so it should slosh around inside
Also check the underside of it to see if there is any residue from an oil leak
As SS54 said… if it is leaking oil you would smell a very heavy oily smell from it
Also if you tried to run it without oil… it may have blown the heating element in it