Question about Toastess TT-200 Turnover Toaster
After 1 1/2 years the element broke - the comany was sold and the nw company only uses the "Toastess " name - this model belonged to previous owners the newer model is identical but has a slightly different code. Ques 1: Is there a way to solder or repair a broken element. Ques 2: if so can this be done at home? How? Ques 3 : If not is it worth taking it to a repair shop? Thank you
When I was a kid we had this sort of problem with a toaster - and an old electric space heater. We just TIED the ends of the element together (where it broke) and it worked fine. No tricky soldering or anything. And they lasted for Years!
Posted on Jun 30, 2008
Hi 1)yes - aluminum: solder, plastis: epoxy 2)yes if you got special gear for it 3) NO BUY A NEW 1 IT WILL COST HALF THE PRICE!! GOOD LUCK
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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