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Calibrate temperature on toaster oven

Oven does not heat to full temperature does it have to be returned to calibrate or can it be done

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remove the plastic side where the controls are . if you see a broken wire you might be able to repair it otherwise theres no parts made for it ,so no matter how simple the broken part is .....there is nothing that can be done about it ........ WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF "MADE IN CHINA"

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