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Bread stuck in the bottom of a cusinart rbt 380c toaster

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Unplug the toaster and either let the bread dry out to the point it will crumble and be released, or use thin tongs/knife/needle-nose pliers to carefully remove the bread.

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It could be the slide button connections or loose wires. You would have to take it apart to try and figure it out. It should be under warranty, though. I don't know if the box is required. You'll have to ask Back to Basics about that.

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Well, I'm not a toaster pro, but I do make my fair share of toast.... I have an idea for you, I researched your product and couldn't find any specific help but try this:
Unplug your toaster, firmly hold the mechanism in the down position as far down as it will go, then turn the unit upside down, give it a good shake and flip the lever a bit. Reinvert, plug it in and see if you've got any improvement. (I think I learned this trick from the Andy Griffith show... you know old Emmett and the fix it shop) let me know if it worked! Sorry I can't be more help.

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We had exact the same problem. Our problem was within the circuit board controlling the release relay, on the left side. 3 parts was dead:
1) rectifier diode 200V 1amp
2) Electrolytic capacitor 220uF 25V
3 Zener diode 12V 1W
These components supplies 12VDC to the rest of the circuits from the mains, 127 VAC.

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SOURCE: Crumbs stuck on the sides and bottom of toaster

You can follow the instructions on how to replace the heating elemnts of the dualit toaster in the link
http://www.fixya.com/support/r4472039-procedure_replacing_heating_elements

With this way you remove yours clean the toaster completely and put the elemnt back.
Good luck

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you should turn it upside down and remove the bottom panel

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