Question about DeLonghi RT200 Retro 2-Slice Toaster
My DeLonghi toaster stopped working after I dropped the plug prongs (only the area which plug into the outlet) in some water near my sink by accident. I didn't think anything of it, but when i went to plug it in the next day whole thing acts as if its not even plugged in anymore. HELP! I miss my toast!
You may hve gotten some moisture inside the plug, just leave it for a few days to let it dry out, if the problem persists, send an e-mail to the following:
Posted on Dec 06, 2007
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Check to see if the toaster is plugged in; if it is, unplug the toaster, then plug it back in again.
A tone will sound when the toaster is plugged into a live electrical outlet.
If no tone sounds, check the electrical circuit the toaster is connected to -
is a fuse blown or a circuit-breaker tripped in your home?
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