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How do i take apart my delonghi CTO4003.BK toaster

I have removed 4 screws in the base and have released some twisted metal clips but cannot get the body of the toaster to come away from the base

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SOURCE: I am trying to take apart the toaster, but...

You need to remove the four rubber feet at the four corners, and that's where the screws are. Get a small flathead screwdriver and pry the rubber feet out of their sockets and you'll see small screws.

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* Twist (hard) the cutter depth ring past 9 and it will come loose.

* Now remove both the ring and the guide piece that it moves up and down

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* Now remove the metal clip that you find under the head -- press down on the two free ends and pry the other end of the clip loose.

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I had an issue where it wouldn't stay down, or heat even if I held it down. No power at all.

Firstly unplug it.

To take it apart, turn it upside down. You have to get the 4 security bolts undone which are underneath (Mine look like they have six holes around them).
Also, you need to unscrew the bobble by hand which you use to push the toast down. You can then pull the cover off, from the back first. The timer dial is connected to the cover, but I didn't disconnect this.

Note: You don't need to undo the bolts inside the toaster. (They only hold the metal base to the plastic base), the 4 torx screws holding the side panel on, or the 4 twisted pieces of metal which hold the toaster internals to the base.

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Be careful, some people report that taking these drives apart may damage the connectors, that are soldered to a circuit board inside the case.

Try these steps, I looked at my own drive and it looks like it has the same design as the one described here.

1. Remove the rubber feet
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9. Stick the screwdriver between the plastic of the panel that moves. this panel has 4 clips holding it on very tightly but it can be pryed off.
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