Question about Russell Hobbs 9209 Classic 4-Slice Toaster
I need to source the above part but no-one seems to sell parts for this toaster.
Has anyone found a suitable parts source? It looks like it's made of a spring grade steel but it has failed right at the point where it attaches to the switch arm.
Alternatively, does someone have a 'dead' 9209 that they would be willing to cannibalise this part for me?
I'll be damned if I'm going to throw out a 5year old little used toaster for such a simple part failure!
Further to my post of an hour or so ago, I realised that 20 gauge is close to 0.8mm which is a standard size for Stainless Steel MIG welding wire.(Some MIG machines use 0.9 ) As I have some 0.8 I have now mended my toater in that respect and it works OK. It was easy to shape the wire which is not critical. It may not be quite so springy but its hard to tell the difference. I suspect 0.9mm MIG wire would be even better.
Unfortunately I have another problem. Hey ho.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
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