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How can i get repair parts for ge toaster oven 169220


You might try one of the online appliance parts stores there are several, usually they are quite helpful.

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No Heat; Controls, LED work fine


I have the same toaster oven and it developed the same problem.
There is a thermal fuse with a 172C trip point. I replaced it with a new part and it worked fine for another week. I replaced it again with a fuse with a 192C trip point and that's been working for a couple of months now. Some pointers for replacing the fuse.

1) you need a Philips screwdriver with an 11" (30cm) shaft to get at the screws behind the control panel.
2) you only need to take off the feet and open the right side (looking at the toaster from the front).
3) The thermal fuse is in a white flexible plastic tube, held in place with a metal bracket.
4) You can pull the old fuse from the wire clamp using 2 pairs of plyers. I re-used the same clamps to connect the new fuse to the existing wires.
5) Replacement fuses can be found on EBAY for about $1.50 (includes shipping from Hong Kong)

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Bought the GE Rotisserie oven model 169220 used. It is missing a rotisserie spit. Where can I buy one?


Visit http:///www.gehousewares.com/Customer_Assistance.aspx,
you will be able to find there how to order parts.

Regards.

Jun 17, 2011 | Toaster Ovens

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WE HAVE A GE 169104 TOASTER OVEN


Do you still need top elements or do you still have your GE 169104 oven?

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Burned out diode in GE 168970 toaster oven


Just clip the diode out (pay attention to the white band around the end) take the diode to radio shack and match it's size physically.Then put it back in using regular electrical solder (rosin core) put the band on the diode facing the same way it came out

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No broiler heat


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

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How to use Rotisserie?


GE has the instruction manual online at: http://www.gehousewares.com/products/countop_oven_rotise_1066410585855.pdf

Make sure you look at the cook times. The manual suggests using a separate timer (I use my regular oven's timer if I'm not cooking anything with that at the time) I've been reading a lot of negative feedback about this product but I love mine and use it regularly.

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