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I have a Brevelle 800 toaster oven that starts, but does not heat up. What part needs replacing?

There is a thermal fuse that breaks power to the heating elements if it gets too hot (somewhere around 173 C. I replaced mine with an identically rated fuse and it was good for a week until I tried to cook twice in succession. I then replaced the fuse with one that trips at around 190C and it's been good for 4 months now. The fuse costs about $6 on ebay (shipping included) and takes about an hour to replace.

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What part needs to be replaced when the lcd and controls work but no heat?

Most likely suspects in this scenario would be the heating element or the temperature sensing rod. Not sure what the sensing rod setup on this oven looks like, but it is generally a few inches long, similar diameter to a charging cable for your phone, attached to the back wall of the oven and sticking out directly toward the oven door. If it goes bad, the oven may think it has reached the set temperature and turn off, but generally, it is the opposite (it allows the oven to get too hot). My guess is heating element, but the sensor generally costs a lot less to replace, though maybe not with a small toaster oven. Good luck!

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Apw keeps blowing circuit

It may be time for a new toaster, this one could be dangerous. It appers to be drawing lots of current, which would could mean a short inside and could cause a fire.

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The toast part works but the bake and broil does not work , the blue light does not come on and no heat is produced

We've got the same problem and I just took ours apart.

Bad news: I'm pretty sure it's the circuit board. It's not the timer knob, and I'm almost positive it's not the upper selector knob. Most of the components on the circuit board are only used for the "bake" mode to regulate temperature. The board is marked, "128301 Timer PCB". I looked into whether one can buy a replacement board from Kitchenaid, but it's not on their parts list. If I had to guess, I'd say it's the relay on the board, but it's only a guess. Shoddy components, plus it gets hot in there and "bakes" the board. The little fan in the side isn't part of the "convection." It's for cooling off the circuit board. Don't laugh.

Even worse, next to the thermostat on ours, there's a little rubber insulator that's burnt to a crisp. The connection under this insulator was also loose. It hasn't affected functionality, but it doesn't instill confidence in the design. Kind of scary. Unplug this unit when not in use!

Only a one year warranty. I think we now have an expensive toaster.

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The timer doesnt't ding, and the oven does not turn off, ever. had to unplug. i bought at xmas, and don't use for toast, only to bake like muffins, etc.

Hello :

You need to check the fuse . If the fuse is OK , then the proplem will be with the power PCB [ printed circuit board ] . You need to call for repairing if the problem is with the PCB .

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hi sounds like the problem is the holding down mechanizem clean the toaster well find that spring which caches the lever down you can find it on the external lever side pretty small and simple thing when you push down the external lever the spring kick a little lever which holds the slide in place for heatup only when you will hear a "click" then you'll know its in place and then the electric cicuit will be close and engage the coils to heatup good luck

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