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Fan motors & conveyor will not turn off.

Motors start as soon as the toaster is plugged in.

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SOURCE: have a apw wyott conveyor toaster, conveyor randomly stops

I had a similar problem I changed the Rear Bearings in the belt & Check the Fan motor in the rear which houses the conveyer Motor wheather it is working or not it could be the fan not working and over heating the motor the last thing is the screws that hold the conveyer motor are too tight as the motor is self adjusting.

Posted on Feb 05, 2009

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