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Russell Hobbs 9376 Classic 2-Slice Toaster

Our R-H 9376 Toaster suddenly stopped working. The handle won't stay down and the heat doesn't come on. It's as if the electricity was off. I've replaced the fuse in the plug but it seems ok. Tried it in another socket too.
Can anyone help with a possible solution?

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  • Anonymous Feb 04, 2009

    I have exactly the same problem but haven't tried replacing anything in it yet.

  • scotslads Mar 28, 2009

    It turned out after dismantling the toaster that a tiny piece of metal had broken off - it was about 2mm wide by 10 mm long and folded in half like a sort of spring and had broken at its weak point. It was impossible to solder or fix it back on so for the sake of the tiny thing the toaster could only be thrown out. Sad.

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Possibly a GFI on an outlet of the same circuit as the toaster needs to be reset?

We had the same problem and so came here. When I read "replaced the fuse in the plug" my husband asked about the outlet GFI switches (he replaced the outlets last year, so he remembered they had GFI switches). One GFI on the toaster's circuit had "blown" and so needed to be reset. Before relegating the toaster to the recycling bin, check the it by plugging it into an outlet you know is working.

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