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Your best bet is to contact the manufacturer for repair options. They usually have authorized servicers they will refer you to. Some companies offer a mail-in repair service where you send the unit to them.
If you're in the UK, reach them here. For information on service in the US, call the Dualit after sales service Helpline at (973) 623-9730 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I had the same problem with my Kitchenaid toaster which is 4 years old. I called Kitchenaid and they said that this model now has a 5 year warranty and they have replaced the toaster for a new one. What a fantastic company. Try giving them a call.
Kitchenaid does not recommend repair on the toasters, as it is not cost effective for the consumer or company to engage in repair.
I would recommend calling Kitchenaid Customer Service. If the unit is within the 1 Year Warranty, they may replace it at no cost. If the unit is outside of warranty, they may provide discounts on the purchase of a new toaster.
Their toll-free telephone number is 1-800-541-6390.
My egg cooker stopped working, so I took the unit apart. To answer your question, I did not see a fuse inside. One way to tell if it is a power problem to the mother board is to observe whether the LEDs light up or not after pressing the switches. If the LEDs don't light, there could be something wrong with either a power component or a power connection.
In my case, the toaster worked fine. Usually these problems are caused by loose connections. Sometimes it is not obvious where the loose connection is. All I did was loosen and re-connect the wires to the egg cooker and also to the board they came from. I also shined up the toast slide button copper connections with a nail file. This was just a precaution, since the toast slide button had to be working (i.e. it still toasted, just didn't cook an egg).
So far, it seems to be working, but time will tell. If the problem was due to something other than a loose connection, it will happen again.