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Need new dome for muffin and egg toaster

Lost the dome to my toaster

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Can I purchase a new poaching pan for the back to basics muffin toaster and egg poacher?


Yes! West Bend apparently now owns Back to Basics; you can order replacement pans from http://www.westbend.com/finditem.cfm?itemid=3733

Feb 10, 2011 | Back to Basics TEM-500 Egg & Muffin...

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Need to order the round tray you cook you egg in. I have lost my


http://www.westbend.com/catalog.cfm?dest=itempg&itemid=3733&secid=87&linkon=subcategory&linkid=91

Link for TEM500 model. Replacement parts are available at westbend.com, select "support", "replacement parts", "back to basics", "toasters", and then select your model.

Feb 04, 2011 | Back to Basics Appliances Toaster Egg N...

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The toaster does not work but the egg portion does


Call the company. They will send you a new one. At least they did for my neighbor.

Apr 22, 2009 | Back to Basics TEM-500 Egg & Muffin...

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The toaster portion on my Back to Basics Egg & Muffin toaster does not work...please help


I just took mine apart. There is a small 24v relay that should switch and allow the toaster elements to come on.

If it is not staying down then there magnetic coil is not working. There is another question like this here.

Jan 24, 2009 | Back to Basics TEM-500 Egg & Muffin...

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I have a tefal TT550015 toast 'n' Egg and have no instructions on how to use it. Please advise


To use the egg side only, fill the measuring cup with the correct amounts of water. (One side is for boiled eggs, one is for poached eggs.) Pour the water into the basin at the bottom. For boiled- Place 1-4 eggs in the tray with the four holes. Use the sharp thing at the bottom of the measuring cup to pierce the egg shell. Place the lid over top, and hit the 'egg' button. When the light on the button goes out, remove the lid. For poached, grease the pan. Spray/ butter, whatever. DO NOT rely on the non-stick. The thick black tray for boiling eggs goes on first. With the egg in the greased pan (scrambled or whole) place the pan into the unit. There are four plastic pieces in the boiling tray to show you where it goes, the handles aligned. The round tray, with the square holes in it, can be used to warm pre-cooked meat.This is optional, and that tray goes on top. Place the lid over the top, and press 'egg'.

WARNING: this cooks by steam, and any remainder can cause burns. Be careful when removing the lid. Same goes for the product. The boiled eggs should not be touched directly.

To make an egg sandwich, load the egg side and the bread/english muffin/bagel into the toaster. Press the 'egg/toast' button BEFORE starting the toaster. The toaster will start on a timer so that the egg and toast will be done at the same time. When the toast pops up, you are good to go.

Note: there should be no water afterwards, maybe a little oil if you cooked meat. Hard water residue is easily removed with vineger and a paper towel.

Dec 02, 2008 | Back to Basics TEM-500 Egg & Muffin...

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4-slice egg & muffin toaster


On my fourth one now...love the idea, but the egg poacher keeps burning out.
The 800 number is 1-800-688-1989
Calling them now...this last one only lasted 3 weeks.

Jan 21, 2008 | Back to Basics TEM-500 Egg & Muffin...

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