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Timer Switch Switch melted white plastic on shaft. No longer shorting along the two polls. Part ID: DKJ/1-60 E185572 AC 125V 15A Hang Zhou Westlake Time Switch Factory

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  • Anonymous Feb 01, 2009

    I also have the same problem.  $37 to fix by factory is more than I paid for it.  Is there a place to source the timer switch?

  • Anonymous Feb 07, 2009

    Piza oven timer switch went out.

  • Anonymous Feb 11, 2009

    Have same problem with same timer
    on a Toastmaster model C0V760B



  • jeff harrison Aug 20, 2014

    The switch can be repaired take it out carfully bend tabs outter shell comes off you may have to carfully get points out of melted plastice...now the work get your soldering iron and some plastice wire nuts 1 will do melt it nicely on the melted plastic to form a new hill file points clean with anything that works bend metal straight on them re install all parts back as they came out take photos and videos to get it right...mine works perfect now and bell rings again too..homesjeffharrison@netzero.net

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Same problem with Black & Decker CTO6160 toaster oven. Same switch. Must be they're all Chinese garbage.

Posted on May 06, 2010

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  • goldenhound Jul 19, 2011

    grbullets2 made this comment on an Oster Toaster that uses the same timer DKJ/1-60:

    If the switch is a model DKJ/1-60 you will not find one, however, there is a switch made for Delonghi that will work. CallThe Gourmet Depot website (www.thegourmetDepotCo.com) and look for switch part # 05XDE5218104600. If you have a different switch search "small appliance parts" for a few other places that sell these parts.

    NOTE: I logged onto THEGOURMETDEPOTCO.COM , and the part is not listed in their search engine. YOU MUST CALL THEM!!! 800-424-6783 (San Francisco, CA), and give them the DeLonghi part number - switch part # 05XDE5218104600. Its a little over $10 + Shipping, which for me was $5+ (I live in WA State).

    I have not received the part to say it works, however.

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    Many people have been contacting me about the DKJ/1-60 timer switch. You will find it impossible to find the exact replacement part #, but you can make the repair with a timer switch made for Delonghi toaster ovens which is the exact same part, but I am unsure if it has the feature allowing you to keep the oven on constantly without using the timer by turning the knob counter clockwise. It does allow you a 60 minute timer with the bell ring to notify you that it has shut off. The Delonghi part # is 5218104600. You should be able to find one at these websites www.thegourmetdepot.com, or www.smallappliance.com. Someone posted my previous comment but included the wrong website info. There is also another switch that I believe is identical to the one just mentioned but it has a 90 minute timer. It is also a Delonghi part and the part # is 5218101800. Another way to fix your oven if you can do without a timer is to use an "on-off" toggle switch. You can get these at most hardware stores but you must get one rated for 120V AC that can handle 30 amp's. Toaster ovens draw a lot of current. If you don't use the proper switch, you may end up melting the contact again or melting the insulation off some wires. Fire hazzard! Just get the 30 amp switch and you won't have to worry about that.

  • goldenhound Jul 26, 2011

    Apologies to grbullets2. The website you posted does not work. It does not take you to a appliance parts website. THEGOURMETDEPOTCO.COM was the one I had to use. I ordered the part, and it looks identical to the part found on www.smallappliance.com. So there are two sources for this part. However, there were a few things that I needed to do to get the part to work for my EuroProX toaster oven.

    1. I had to take off the mounting bezel that came with the timer, that gets screwed onto the surface of the timer, and use the one from my original dkj/1-60, or else the holes don't line up when you go to mount it on the oven.

    2. I had to cut down the shaft to size and drill a precise hole in the side of the shaft in order to mount a metal crosspiece dowel. This crosspiece fits inside the knob and holds it in place. Those that own this oven will see what I'm talking about if you pull off the timer.

    3. The timer is not geared to provide 60 minutes. More like 15 minutes. I haven't timed it precisely, but I had to reset the time 4 times to get my english muffins to toast.

    The bell is good and loud, and the switch does turn counter-clockwise to provide a constant-on state. Again, I used the part no. provided by grbullets2 (05XDE5218104600), and I received the one that looks like the one provided by www.smallapplianceparts.com, but it was 10.95+3.95 shipping, as opposed to 18.95 at www.smallapplianceparts.com.

    My gratitude to grbullets2 for this lead. Though it took some modifications to make it work, my EuroProX now works again!

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    Dave Jul 31, 2011

    My apologies to you! The website must have changed their URL as the one I posted previously no longer works as you noted. The correct URL is www.thegourmetdepotco.com. However, searching the part # 5218106400 did take me to the switch. It's not necessary to add the 05XDE prior to the part #. It is common to have to use the mounting hardware off of your old switch on the new one. Many different brands and models use this switch and they all have different ways of mounting the switch, so it is necessary to use the mounting hardware from your old switch. I had a DKJ/60-1 switch from the factory that was an exact replacement model that I had to do the same to in order to mount it. I didn't however have to modify anything for the knob. Keep in mind that these Delonghi switches are about as close as you can get to the DKJ/60-1 and is not an exact replacement. I wouldn't be surprised if they are made at the same factory in China though. When I found this switch, the description said that it is a 60 minute timer, not 15. As far as I know Delonghi doesn't make an oven with a 15 min. max timer on it. Doesn't make sense to have a 15 min. timer on an oven. Maybe it's been changed or maybe you got a bum timer??? They also advertised another switch that is physically the same as the 5218104600 that is a 90 minute timer. That part # is 5218101800. In my opinion, using a 30 amp 120 volt ON/OFF toggle switch is the most economical way to make the repair if you can live without the timer. Safer too in my opinion as long as you use the 30 amp switch and can remember to turn the oven off when you're done with it. They can be found at just about any hardware store for under $8.

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    Dave Jul 31, 2011

    Correction! The 90 minute timer is part # 5218104900. It can only be found at the www.smallappliance.com website for $19.

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Same Problem on mine switch dkj/1-60 you have to put right pressure on the knob to make the contacts connect

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Same problem with the DKJ/1-60 on a EoroPro toaster oven. Can't find a replacement for less than the cost of a new toaster oven, after looking at how many brands use this defective switch I know what I will NOT buy to replace the toaster oven.

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My timer part is DKJ/1-15 E185572.
It seems only available in China.
This is a 15min timer with always on option.
The problem is that the spring action is gone. One of the internal gears is loose/broken.
The timer probably costs $1 in China, but if you are lucky to find a different part to replace it, it might cost $10 or more.
My Rival toaster oven probably costs $20.
I can only see 3 solutions:
1) Fix the gear (need a lot of mechanical skills to solder it)
2) Find an old toaster/bread maker in the junk yard or Salvation Army store and take apart the timer.
3) Buy a new toaster oven.

Changing it to a simple power switch is not a good/practical option.
There is a reason you need a timer. You don't want to to be there to turn it off or keep track of how much time has passed.
Too bad these mechanical timers are not available in US.
For a toaster oven that costs $20, I wouldn't pay more than $5 to fix the timer.
I assume DKJ/1-60 is a 60min timer probably used in Bread makers.
Since Bread makers are more expensive, probably it is worth finding an old one to take the timer apart.

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The timer switch was no longer turning on the toaster oven, but the timer function was still working. I removed the timer switch from the toaster oven and very carefully disassembled the timer from the on/off part of the switch (the black plastic part), filed and sanded the points and the white plastic cam that puts pressure on the flexable point strip and rebent it so that the points would make contact when the knob was turned.

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  • vietvet62 Jan 13, 2011

    My toaster oven timer switch went out also. This is my solution, Since the timer switch was mostly used as an on/off switch, I have decided to use a regular toggle switch in its place. The current rating of the toggle switch doesn't matter. I will use it to turn on a cheap, small power supply that will energize a solid state relay that is rated at 30 amps. This will supply current to the toaster oven. Looks aren't important, just functionality.

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I need to replace a dkj/1-60 timer for a toaster oven. Where can I buy the part?


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Many toaster ovens use a timer switch to operate the ovens. Many of them use very poorly made Chinese timer switches that make a very poor electrical contact internally causing them to get very hot and in cases will melt connector insulation and also cause wall plugs to get very hot. One in particular is part # DKJ/1-60 which is used in Black and Decker and other manufacturers ovens. Replacement switches are about impossible to find and B&D will be of no help finding one. If your timer switch has only 2 contact tab's on it, you can use this tip to repair your oven. If it has more that 2 contacts, you will need to find a replacement switch or ask a qualified technician about other switches that can be used.
A safe and easy way to fix the appliance is to replace the bad timer switch with a single pole single throw toggle switch. Make sure to get one rated for 20 amp's at 120 volts AC. You will no longer have a timer and you will need to turn the oven on and off manually, but at least you will be able to use the oven and not have to worry about a faulty timer switch overheating! The timers are for convienience only and you have to turn the OVEN feature on and off manually anyway so all you're losing is the timer convienience for toast or whatever and the toggle switches are much safer too. The switches can be purchased at any electrical parts store or at many hardware stores for under $10. A cheap and safe solution to the problem!
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