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"Outside" heating elements don't heat up. Can I find replacements

Toaster is Model HD2533 (Phillips). Are heating elements available anywhere and can they be replaced easily? Inside elements on both sides of the 2-slice toaster work fine...and no, the bagel button isn't depressed!

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  • jerndori Feb 19, 2009

    Thanks, cactus bob. Your solution certainly makes sense and I will probably try to do that repair but doubt, with this old man's arthritic fingers, that I'll be able to accomplish the task. The old Phillips has been a good toaster for almost 9 years but it may be time to try and find another decent one. Wish me luck!

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Its not the elements . its the control board . and you cannot buy a control board , but it can be fixed there is a small relay on the board that needs to resoldered to the printed curcit board . its a pain the the rear-end to get to it , fix it and get back in there and all back together but it can be done ( about 3 hours total ) , if your like me and never say never ......... good luck

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I just had this problem happen to me. I shall try the 'Resoldering of the Relay to the Control Board'. fix. I'll let ya all know what happens.

- Pj

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  • PjR7 Sep 30, 2011

    I just had this problem happen to me. I shall try the 'Resoldering of the Relay to the Control Board'. fix. I'll let ya all know what happens.

    - Pj

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