Question about GE 168947 Toaster Oven with Convection Cooking
Appears one of the diodes (I'm guessing it's a diode) connected to the top element is burned open. Probably should replace both.
Its not a diode its a fuse a high temp fuse . there is a number on it with a "c" after it thats the temp it opens ..... you can jump it out with a small bare wire just to test your elements and thermostat . if the thermostat does not cycle this fuse will blow . do not leave it jumped out , this is just for testing . find one on line with the number . and high temp fuse ... good luck
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
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