Question about Morphy Richards Kitchen Appliances - Others
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Chances are that both elements should energize when starting up in bake mode. Since bake is by the very nature of the principle "constant heat" then the job of the control on the unit is to maintain an stable temperature for a specific period of time. Sooo... when starting up, both elements would be available to quickly raise the temperature. Once that temperature is reached then the bottom element would be all that is required to maintain the set temperature. Watch the elements for a period of time, until the "bake" temp is met and see if the bottom element is the only one energizing for the remainder of the time alloted.
Posted on Apr 01, 2008
I have the 44280 2-slice version and had similar problems. To dismantle, unscrew the two star-shaped screw heads which hold the retaining slides in place. I don't have a star socket (female), only the usual male, so I used a pair of pliers. Pull out the two chrome slides. Pull off the two knobs also using pliers. Remove the outer casing with care as there are two fine wires attached. Now you can see the problem - probably a broken or lost nylon retaining catch on the electromagnet, and probably unobtainable by an individual. At this stage I decided to buy a new toaster!
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
ok i just found out what it is digital radio !!!!!!!! ok i dont think we have a radio department but i think we still have a car audio department . those guys should be up on all this new stuff .... good luck
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
The safety switch is normally a motion sensor , it should only come on when there is no motion and the iron is face down. Try shaking it up a bit as it has a moving ball inside that detects the motion. Failing that it would need a motion sensor replacement or calibration. Regards PSP
Posted on May 12, 2009
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