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My Euro-pro to241r toaster-oven may have some electrical
problems internally. I have owned it for over a year and a half and am now
smelling something like burnt plastic or rubber coming from the vents on the
right side near the control knobs. I am concerned it may cause an electrical
fire. Has anyone else had this problem?
I will take it to Wal-Mart where I bought it to see what they say.
My friend tried to look at it but said you need star shaped
screw driver heads to take it apart. Look for an online manual to see if
you can find information about a fan, but it may not be easy to get to with
Did you try looking at there website www.Euro-pro.com which is posted by the model number? Radioshack may be a possibility. Good luck, Tom
Have you tried to find the Euro Pro website to look there? Have you searched on the internet using Euro Pro, model,and the word manual because there are sites that offer manuals on products. And the same thing for the rotisserie part. Maybe doing that will give you leads to look further if need be.
I just bought mine today. customer service# 1.800.798.7398 1031KG timer knob, 1032KG function knob, 1033KG temp knob. $1 each plus reasonable shipping. This is the second set I have purchased since I bought my Euro Pro 6 years ago. They are owned by the Shark Co now which might be why it's hard to find this information.
FIRST UNDERSTAND , there is nothing about this oven thats euro-pro except the name euro-pro subcontracts the work out to a china co that makes the oven and put there name on it out of the factory in china it costs $4.00 shipping to the USA $1.00 euro-pro gets them and ships them to qvc or home shopping and bills them 24.00 and you buy it and its 46.00 .... its still only a 4.00 oven to euro-pro why would euro-pro ever sell parts for a 4.00 unit ? you think 46.00 is a lot ? in my shop i have a proctor silex toaster made in 1972 that sold for 29.99 in 72. back then that was a lot of money ,if you needed parts you could get them ....... todays appliances cost nothing to make thats why you cant find anyone that sells parts for them . good luck on your knob, there are no books on this oven ,in this country anyway . i think your stuck
OK, go to http://www.euro-pro.com/europro/faqdetail.aspx?modelno=to160l for model TO160L toaster oven or, if that is not the model number of your oven, enter model number (should be on the back plate of your oven: turn it around) into the box at the top left of the screen displayed when you use the address listed above. Good luck! alex bau.
have to hold the clock button in till it shows the 24 hour or 12 hour. After you pick which setting then use the up down key to adjust hour then hit clock again then set the minute with the up and down keys.