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Cook's all in one ultimate oven lot no. 2128

All three heating elements ( two are in back for rottisetrie, and are special kind) quit heating after 1 1/2 years of light service! All fans, motors and lights still work. I can't find any kind of fuse, and the manual is no help! I can't find a small appliance place that will work on it! I paid 200.00 dollars on sale, normal price was 400! It is now discontinued!

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  • gsnack Jun 17, 2009

    Cook's all in one ultimate oven lot no. 2128
    gsnack on Jun 16, 2009
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    All three heating elements ( two are in back for rottisetrie, and are special kind) quit heating after 1 1/2 years of light service! All fans, motors and lights still work. I can't find any kind of fuse, and the manual is no help! I can't find a small appliance place that will work on it! I paid 200.00 dollars on sale, normal price was 400! It is now discontinued!

  • gsnack Jun 17, 2009

    Their is no way all three elements went out at the same time, two of them are special, and only come on with the rottiserie. I was hoping there is a fuse, thermostat etc problem, that you guys may know about!!

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It may be a bad fuse or wiring problems or a bad switch.

The thermal fuse of ovens may be located at any of the following places:

  • Under the cooktop
  • Back of the oven, behind a cover
  • Somewhere around the vent tube or a similar pipelike construction
It looks like a round device with 2 wires connected and may or may not have a reset button. If it does, just press it and you should be good to go.

If it still does not work after checking the fuse out, you may want to trace the wires for loose connections.

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I suggest you remove the elements and test it with an electronic meter,if faulty then replace the element which you can easily find on ebay.Hope this helps..

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The oven toaster's heating element can be replaced. Here are some links that will help you.

* How to repair a toaster oven:

http://home.howstuffworks.com/how-to-repair-small-appliances2.htm

* Fixing Toaster Ovens:

http://www.bobvila.com/HowTo_Library/Fixing_Toaster_Ovens-Oven-F2188.html

* Heating elements:

http://www.globalsources.com/manufacturers/Oven-Heating-Element.html

* Possible repair shop:

http://www.yelp.com/topic/san-francisco-repair-shop-for-small-appliances-toaster-oven-cheap

Hope the information helps and have a great day!

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