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Breville smart oven no heat or convection fan. LCD and controls working and can hear the oven clicking on.


The fan probably operated on the heat... I would tackle the THERMOSTATS, heat elements (at least 2) and/or fuse first.

My favorite supplier, appliancepartspros, struck out on Breville
(never-mind) I'll add a couple of credible ones at the bottom.

Sears parts is a good information source... but very pricey ($$$$) for the EXACT SAME PARTS you can get elsewhere...

If you can determine from your OWNERS papers which part you want to try first... get the operating parameters... and and check with a volt meter (ohms scale... power OFF)... for continuity on the FUSE, heaters & thermostat.

There is a possibility your control board (PCB) is at fault... it seems to be getting scarce... Turn it over and look for a burned/broken solder joint.

http://www.ereplacementparts.com/breville-bov800xl-smart-oven-parts-c-116052_116061_116092.html

In any case... get three prices...

In the event that PCB is the issue I do recommend LOOKING TO SEARS because of their parts support and warranty...

Good luck (finding the FUSE).

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Mar 04, 2016 | Breville The Smart Oven Convection Toaster...

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Digital display breaking up


it happens commonly with LCD we can do nothing replace the display unit

Jun 10, 2015 | Breville The Smart Oven Convection Toaster...

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The door would not close properly


www.brevilleusa.com/the-smart-oven-r.html

Website includes support. The door problem is most likely mechanical in nature and possibly could be found by simple disassemble, by anyone mechanically inclined. .

Jun 06, 2015 | Breville BOV800XL 1800 Watts Toaster Oven...

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Breville bov800xl wont turn on. Reset option?.


If the screen turns on and looks like it's working but there is no heat, then the problem is the thermal fuse. It takes reassembly and a $5 replacement fuse. I replaced mine with one of the same specifications and it lasted a month. I replaced it again with one that trips at a 10 degrees higher setting and it's been good for a couple of years now.

Feb 25, 2015 | Breville BOV800XL 1800 Watts Toaster Oven...

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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.

Jul 18, 2014 | Breville BOV800XL 1800 Watts Toaster Oven...

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Tension spring on door


I found the answer (see below) posted on another web site. I followed the instructions and replaced the spring. I found, as the original poster had, that the new spring works better than the original and is much more sturdy. To the original instructions, I would add the following:

1) There are about 20 screws so have patience removing and replacing the screws.
2) Step 3, "Slide off the rear panel" requires further clarification as the panel will not slide off even with all screws removed. I had to turn the oven over, with the top of the oven sitting on the work table. I then used a screw driver to lift the two tabs that hold the back panel to the bottom panel. With the tabs lifted, the back panel will rotate away from the oven along the edge where back panel slides into the top panel. The back panel can then be slid out. I have included three photos that show this step.
3) Step 7, "Re-attach feet": Be sure to use the guides on the bottom of the oven to slide the foot assembly onto the oven. I had unsuccessfully tried to screw the feet onto the oven without using the guides.

Oringinal instructions for replacing the broken spring:

Just repaired this yesterday.

Got a spring from Lowes (Hillman Part # 543028 for about $4), it's larger than the original but seems much sturdier, original is really thin metal. Fit the space provided without problem.

Oddly, end result was a more 'giving' spring action, prefer it to original, which loved to snap shut unless door was 100% opened (ie fully 90 degree open).

This is for BOV800XL:
1. Remove all rear screws
2. Remove feet entirely
3. Slide off rear panel
4. I was not able to remove top housing - but I was able to gently pry sides open just enough to thread the new spring with a little ingenuity and effort. Watch out for sharp metal edges everywhere.
5. Slide back in (remember that top edge goes under the top edge/lip)
6. Put all screws back in
7. Re-attach feet

Good luck!

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Apr 02, 2014 | Breville BOV800XL 1800 Watts Toaster Oven...

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No Heat; Controls, LED work fine


I have the same toaster oven and it developed the same problem.
There is a thermal fuse with a 172C trip point. I replaced it with a new part and it worked fine for another week. I replaced it again with a fuse with a 192C trip point and that's been working for a couple of months now. Some pointers for replacing the fuse.

1) you need a Philips screwdriver with an 11" (30cm) shaft to get at the screws behind the control panel.
2) you only need to take off the feet and open the right side (looking at the toaster from the front).
3) The thermal fuse is in a white flexible plastic tube, held in place with a metal bracket.
4) You can pull the old fuse from the wire clamp using 2 pairs of plyers. I re-used the same clamps to connect the new fuse to the existing wires.
5) Replacement fuses can be found on EBAY for about $1.50 (includes shipping from Hong Kong)

Feb 06, 2014 | Breville BOV800XL 1800 Watts Toaster Oven...

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My Breville BOV800XL doesn't have any power.


My BOV800XL did the same thing. Of the three parts you mention the thermal fuse is by far the easiest to test and in my opinion the most likely to go out first. Check it with a meter. If you have trouble locating it read the FixYa solution for "The Breville BOV650XL will not power on." Check it for continuity like you would any fuse.

I found replacement parts at ereplacementparts.com. The thermal fuse assembly was $23 when I checked. Or you could just replace the actual fuse portion of the assembly with a comporable fuse such as http://www.mcmelectronics.com/product/NTE8213. Basically you need a 216*C thermal fuse. These can be had for less than $2 plus shipping. Buy a few just in case.

I just ordered my fuses today so I can't report on the success of my repair, but I am confident the new fuse will solve the problem.

Aug 30, 2012 | Breville BOV800XL 1800 Watts Toaster Oven...

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