Tip & How-To about Waring Wto150 4-slice Toaster Oven With Built-in 2-slice Toaster
After taking the toaster oven apart to check why no voltage was applied to the circuit board for the electromagnet coil that holds the rack during toasting operation, I find this unit uses resistive voltage from the outside right heater assembly. The connection at the rear is very fragile and will fail when operated. The repair I used is an eye type electrical connector, crimp type, with a copper wire inserted before crimping the heater wire into the terminal. Use a small ***** with nut to attach back to the connection.(#4x1/2x32) I also used silver bearing solder to create a better connection to the ***** and board connector. 7 cents for parts, 15 minutes to actually repair once the condition was found. Not bad on a $100 toaster. Time will tell on the sustainability of the repair, but has run multiple cycles so far.
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