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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)

Feb 06, 2014 | Breville BOV800XL 1800 Watts Toaster Oven...

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Delonghi xr640 toasting-finished chime not working


follow this steps and fix it. God bless you

f the oven doesn't work at all, make sure the circuit breaker or fuse is on at the electrical service panel and test the electrical cord . If the oven doesn't work on its toaster and oven functions, test the main switch . As needed, check the fuse .
If the toaster function doesn't turn off unless the door is open, test the solenoid, the switch and if necessary, the thermostast.

Location of the typical toaster oven's thermal fuse.
If the toaster oven stays on when the door is opened, check the main switch . If the oven doesn't heat, test the heating elements.

Oct 27, 2013 | DeLonghi XR640 Retro 1500 Watts Toaster...

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Euro pro to241r


follow this steps and fix it. God bless you

If the oven doesn't work at all, make sure the circuit breaker or fuse is on at the electrical panel and test the electrical cord.
If the oven doesn't work on its toaster and oven functions, test the main switch . As needed, check the fuse.
If the toaster function doesn't turn off unless the door is open, test the solenoid, the switch and if necessary, the thermostat .

Location of the typical toaster oven's thermal fuse.
If the toaster oven stays on when the door is opened, check the main switch . If the oven doesn't heat, test the heating elements

Oct 10, 2013 | Toaster Ovens

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Display will not come on oster TSSTTVDFL1 toaster oven dead how to reset it?


I found one of these on the curb. Took it home, and it was completely dead as you described. Took it apart, and there's a thermal fuse mounted above the convection fan that had blown. According to the data sheet, the fuse blows at 240C, but even if it never sees that temperature it will still fail eventually if exposed to high enough temperatures. The fuse is mounted against the chamber where it will get hot, so basically these ovens are designed to have a finite lifetime.

Anyway, long story short, you can buy replacement fuses online for a few bucks. It's a SEFUSE SF240E. Or just bypass the fuse. Keep in mind that the fuse is a safety feature that will kill the oven if it overheats, so keep that in mind if you decide to bypass it.

Jan 01, 2013 | Oster Toaster Ovens

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My Breville BOV800XL doesn't have any power.


My BOV800XL did the same thing. Of the three parts you mention the thermal fuse is by far the easiest to test and in my opinion the most likely to go out first. Check it with a meter. If you have trouble locating it read the FixYa solution for "The Breville BOV650XL will not power on." Check it for continuity like you would any fuse.

I found replacement parts at ereplacementparts.com. The thermal fuse assembly was $23 when I checked. Or you could just replace the actual fuse portion of the assembly with a comporable fuse such as http://www.mcmelectronics.com/product/NTE8213. Basically you need a 216*C thermal fuse. These can be had for less than $2 plus shipping. Buy a few just in case.

I just ordered my fuses today so I can't report on the success of my repair, but I am confident the new fuse will solve the problem.

Aug 30, 2012 | Breville BOV800XL 1800 Watts Toaster Oven...

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The Breville BOV650XL will not power on.


I had the same problem with my Breville B0V650XL. It worked fine at breakfast, then wouldn't turn on the next time I tried to use it. Judging by the comments on this site, this appears be a common problem with this and many other Breville products.

I fixed my toaster oven by replacing the thermal fuse assembly. This part costs $4.39 on ereplacementparts.com. It's a shame that an expensive toaster oven is rendered useless by the failure of such a cheap part.

Replacing the thermal fuse itself is very simple - you'll need a small wiring nut and a phillips screw driver. Unfortunately, getting to the part requires removing the oven cover and about 40 screws. A long, magentic scewdriver is essential for parts of this job. It took me about 1 hour to fix my oven - two minutes to replace the fuse and the rest of the time to remove and replace the oven cover.

Feb 25, 2012 | Breville BOV650XL 1800 Watts Toaster Oven...

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I had a house with old funky wiring. I'm pretty sure it caused me to blow a fuse in my toaster oven. Can you tell me where the fuse is located?


The manual mentions nothing about any user serviceable fuse or reset. "Funky" wiring in your home shouldn't cause an appliance to fail. Wiring that is in poor condition usually results in blown fuses or tripped circuit breakers in the service panel, heat in places it shouldn't happen and of course, fires.

It is very possible that the outlet is worn to the point that it doesn't make very good contact with the toaster's plug and has caused the toaster to fail to heat up. Try removing the toaster to a different outlet and try again. Check the original outlet with another appliance or lamp, etc. to see if it works or not. Also, check to be sure any ground fault outlet hasn't tripped.

If the toaster fails to work as expected in another outlet, there's little you can do to repair without jeopardizing your safety - especially if you're not familiar with appliance repair. These appliances aren't really meant for disassembly - manufacturers don't want to be liable for "repairs" that end with injuries, burns and death so the make them pretty hard to take apart. Even if you are successful, they make even harder to reassemble without it looking obvious that it has been disassembled.

Take it apart if you want - learn about how it works and buy a new one. These devices don't rely on rocket science and the controls are pretty simple - but it is an electrical device and electricity isn't a hobby. Be safe. Be smart.

BTW - I don't want your money - I just don't want you to get hurt.

Goiod luck!

Feb 18, 2011 | DeLonghi AR690 Retro 1500 Watts Toaster...

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3 yr old Bravetti Plat. Pro microwave/convection does not heat food. Lights, turntable work. Is there a fuse somewhere that is blown???


in 90 % of my microwave is damaged the magnetron, on the electronic plate you have 2 fuses and dawn under the rear fan you have another fuse(glass fuse) in a plastic cover.

Feb 21, 2010 | Euro-Pro EP278 Bravetti Platinum 1500...

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Blown fuse


You need to go to your local Harbor Freight Tools and pick up a security tool kit for $9.99 so you'll get the bits required to remove the special screws. You need to remove all the screws around the outer edge of rear and then pull the white rubber plugs out of feet and remove the screws from feet. Then the entire cover lifts off of unit. That exposes where the power cord enters the back of unit. You'll see a smaller black wire leaving that area going over to the timer knob. Before the wire gets to the timer knob, there is a sleve covering the wire. If you'll cut the zip tie holding all the wires together, you can slide the sleve (mine is red) backwards toward where the power wire comes into unit. That will expose the inline fuse that is blown. You will need to call Delonghi to order the wire. It is pressure fitted on. You should be able to pull the connectors lose by hand on each end. Simple fix!!

Dec 28, 2007 | DeLonghi XU1837 Trilogy Bake 'N' Broil...

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