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When toast added to machine, lever depressed and springs straight up, will not stay down to toast bread

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My Beville 2 slicer toaster was not lowering bread yesterday. I do take very good care of my appliances and use probably twice a month. I plugged it in today and had two thin slices of bread. The toaster...


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Tthe lever on my Braun HT 600 toaster won't stay down. 3 years old, but very moderate use. Ideas?


Be sure to unplug toaster first. While inverting your toaster, depress the toaster lever(s) and shake toaster to clear all bread crumbs. It can take up to several minutes of shaking to clear them completely, however, the key is to depress the toaster levers down at the same time. Also, remember to remove bread crumb trays and empty regularly, as the trays are too shallow and allow crumbs to build up quickly, thereby blocking the "locking mechanism" of the lever(s).

If after cleaning your toaster out thoroughly, the levers still won't remain depressed, try various outlets throughout your kitchen. Oftentimes, when one GFI (Ground Fault Indicator) trips, several outlets along the same circuit will also trip.

Also, there is a website called Manuals.com, which has a very good database of many manuals for various manufacturers and models of toasters, should all of the above efforts fail.

I did all of the above and fixed my toaster within five minutes. :- )

Good luck to you.

Yvonne

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Arms won't depress and toaster (4 slots) won't turn on


It may need a new timer. Prices vary from $58 - $159 for this part in the US £25 in Britain, where these are made.


best price I have found, with instructions http://www.mcssl.com/store/electra-craft/catalog/product/522920765afa4d168f30d465bed95c1a

Jul 02, 2010 | Dualit CTS4E 4-Slice Toaster

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The lever won't stay depressed


mcdevito75 here, The lever mechanism could be worn OR the setting for darker / Lighter toast is set to Light, swtch to darker see if that helps.

Jun 22, 2010 | Breville CT40 Retro Classic 4-Slice...

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When I depress the carriage control levers they do


my toaster did this once, i suggest that you get a new toaster from a different company, because if you've only had the toaster a month
and its doing this already that's a crappy toaster

Apr 20, 2010 | Cuisinart CPT-180 Metal Classic 4-Slice...

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Lever on toaster will not stay down


For what it might cost to fix it buy a better brand of toaster for about 10% of the cost of this horrible brand.
You'll notice their new ones are "smart" toasters with NO LEVER. You push a button and the electronics takes care of the rest (and blow up quickly.)
$15 to $25 at Walmart.. instead of $100 to $200.

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I have a pink two slicer kitchen aide Toaster. The button to pull down the bread to toast will not stay on. Where can I order/buy a new pink one? thanks kathie


Before tossing out the toaster, check on the inside of the toaster, you may have a wire bread closure in there that is blocking the lever.

I took my son's toaster apart when they replaced it, and found a bread closure inside it, blocking the lever. Anything small enough to fall inside could do this too. (The toaster works fine now, and I use it myself!)

Make sure you unplug the toaster first, you don't want to have a "shocking" experience.

Turn the toaster upside down and shake it a few times, over the kitchen sink, and then open and clean the "crumb" compartment.

Sorry to tell you this, but, your toaster is no longer available on the market, you might want to check a few thrift shops in your area...or you can check this link for another model that is pink and a KitchenAid.

http://www99.shopping.com/xPP-toasters--kitchenaid~S-213~OR-0

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Black and /decker toaster model T3550. The outside elements work but the middle ones do not. so only one side of the bread is toaster.And the handle must be held down the whole time to toast


The heating element wire is really thin and there is a great posssibilty of breakage. There is also a spring switch in which the lever locks when toasting. needs replacement.

May 11, 2009 | Black & Decker Toast-It-All Plus T3550...

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