Question about Euro-Pro 0.7 Cu. Ft. Convection Toaster Oven
I received a euro pro Model # TO241R toaster oven as a gift in 9/2008. I was baking pies in it for Thanksgiving, it baked the 1st pie baked beautifully, in the middle of baking the 2nd pie it just went out completely. It has not worked at all since then. I looked in my manual for trouble shooting thinking maybe it has a fuse or something, but found no trouble shooting section. Any advice would be appreciated.
My Euro-pro to241r toaster-oven may have some electrical
problems internally. I have owned it for over a year and a half and am now
smelling something like burnt plastic or rubber coming from the vents on the
right side near the control knobs. I am concerned it may cause an electrical
fire. Has anyone else had this problem?
I will take it to Wal-Mart where I bought it to see what they say.
My friend tried to look at it but said you need star shaped screw driver heads to take it apart. Look for an online manual to see if you can find information about a fuse, but it may not be easy to get to with basic tools.
Good luck, Tom
Posted on Oct 10, 2013
Yeah i traced it down to the timer. i replaced mine with a toggle on off switch leaving me no timer until i can find one. but looking for an upgrade timer since this one was two weeks old and crapped out too bad i lost reciept.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
The problem is internal and it might be the fuse or the thermostat
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
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