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Failure to operate

I used the toaster for lunch, but not a single coil would light for dinner.  The
timer did operate for a while, but eventually failed.  I called the service number, and the woman I talked to said it was an electrical problem. She said we should ship it. But I should contact this site first.

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Re: Failure to operate

I had the same problem, and replaced the thermal fuse, (that suspiciously went out shortly after the warranty expired). Since then, it's been going strong for the last couple months. The fuse itself is $2-$5 but will require time, tools and patience. Here are some links:

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