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Krups Fem 2 outside elements not working.

My Krups FEM 2 toaster will not turn on the outside heating elements. The inside works fine. Also the Stop button does'nt work either.

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Make sure the socket you are plugging into is working by plugging in another appliance or radio etc. Check the fuse in the plug if it has one, this is the most likely problem, if it is ok you will need to do continuity checks from the plug through to the insides of the toaster to check if it is the switch or thermal fuse inside the toaster.
I hope I have been of help but please do not hesitate to ask if you have any further questions.

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It sounds like the temperature sensor has malfunctioned. When the sensor reaches a certain temperature it opens the contact to the heating elements shutting off the toaster. If the unit is under warranty then take it to a repair facility for Krups. I would not allow anyone to use the toaster. If left on it could cause a fire. Take care, stay safe and good luck with your unit!

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The element has burnt out, IF you can get another it is worth repairing, IF NOT, then it is time for a new one.

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If you can use a multimeter, you can unplug the toaster and remove the case and check for all of these conditions. At each end of the toasting element, check for continuity, if OK, then check the bagel button to see if it is working correctly, again with the continuity check.

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