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THERMAL FUSE BLOWN ON KITCHEN AID KCO100508 TOASTER OVEN. WHERE CAN I BUY A REPLACEMENT ? This Thermal fuse [ 206 degrees C ] is a ceramic housing mounted to a bracket near the oven wall. It contains a stem that holds an internal set of contacts closed [ in the neutral power line ]

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  • wbif May 17, 2009

    I'm having the identical problem. My model number is KCO1005OB. Unit purchased 3-2-06. KA offered a new unit at $99 or refurbished unit at $44. I feel the design is flawed and KA should resolve the problem free of charge.

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My KA KCO100508B blew its thermal fuse after 3 years. I found a replacemnt close to 206 centigrade for $2.60 at Appliance Parts Warehouse near my home in Smyrna, GA. Know what to ask for when you enter APW. They don't like selling potential fire hazards to novice repairpersons!

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