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In this Instructable, I will step through controlling the temperature of most kitchen appliances. As an example, I will use an old Westbend Poppery popcorn maker (aka. coffee roaster), but these same techniques will be applicable to most hot plates, coffee makers, and waffle irons. This instructable puts you at risk of electrocuting or burning yourself. I will do my best to point out potential pitfalls, but you must use common sense. If you are comfortable with household AC electricity, this poses similar dangers plus potential burnination. This probably isn't a good first Arduino project, but it might work as a second once you are comfortable with the general principles. You will need either a soldering iron or a breadboard. The total cost can be as little as $30, but probably will run between $60 and $90 after shipping.

Temperature Control for Kitchen Appliances

In this Instructable, I will step through controlling the temperature of most kitchen appliances. As an example, I will use an old Westbend Poppery popcorn maker (aka. coffee roaster), but these same techniques will be applicable to most hot plates, coffee makers, and waffle irons. This instructable puts you at risk of electrocuting or burning

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