I know that spray bottles are usually cheap and konk out or break or whatever much sooner than we would like them to. Yeah that is a bummer, I know. But, I have the opposite problem. I have a sprayer I have used for a long time, refilled and kept using just fine. This last time I refilled the bottle, when I screwed the nozzle back on it started a steady stream continuously that wouldn't stop – I wasn't even pulling the trigger! The only way I can keep it from spraying is to turn the spray nozzle all the way off. I have searched all over the internet and every time I search specifically for "Keeps spraying" "won't stop spraying" "sprays on it's own" every single result has automatically changed it to "won't spray" or "Stops spraying" – I know that happens most of the time, but Jeeza-makreeza I can not be the only person to encounter this. I am pretty sure there is nothing paranormal going on, just something, probably small, that I am missing. Any ideas?
Spray bottle keeps spraying even when not squeezing trigger
I'm fairly sure that you should be able to get a "rebuild kit" with all the rubber parts (and perhaps a few others.) Due to the wonders of modern commerce, it's anybody's guess as to whether you might well be able to find a complete new siphon for less cost. If you have a second-hand store or frequent tag sales you can almost certainly find one barely used for less cost - lots of people get them and don't actually use them.
It certainly appears that the main gas seal at the charging port is toast, at least.
The instructions on mine included complete tear down diagrams as far as I recall - many things unthread to expose innards (such as the big slot on the white plastic part.) I have not actively used it in a few years, but I don't recall the process being all that difficult (but it was a bit off-putting to find the accumulated bits of metal seals that had blown into the mechanism over time.)
Induction surface started making a barely noticeable high-pitch whining noise, even when it is not in use, is this dangerous
Glad you are getting this checked out.
As Steve mentioned, it sounds like the power supply or the supporting electronics for the hob is starting to fail. To be on the safe side, I would isolate the power to it if at all possible (UK hobs are required to have a wall mounted isolation switch).
Certified electrical appliances are designed to "Fail safe” so the risk of fires etc. is small, but your hob is sending you a clear warning sign that it is not very well and should be turned off. Depending on the nature of the fault, this may eventually result in absolutely nothing at all (apart from mild irritation), a totally dead hob, a small bang, or indeed a big bang. The greatest risk you are probably taking is that your insurance company will not cover you should something adverse happen and they prove you continued using the device despite being aware of it malfunctioning.
Pressure inside is greater than pressure outside.
Release the pressure, ensure the temperature is stable. If it's warming, then pressure will increase.
If it builds again after that, then the bottle contents are producing gas, which is not usually a good sign in food.