Question about Cuisinart Toaster Ovens
My new Cuisinart TOB-40 toaster oven makes intermittent clicking noise that lasts for about 7 seconds every minute or so while baking. It is very annoying. My daughter;s does not make any noise while baking. I returned one last week because of this, and now the new one does the same thing. What gives?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The contacts for these toasters fail. The plasic cam that depresses the contacts also can melt. The design is poor and no replacement parts are available. When selecting a setting, if the selection is not exactly perfect, the contacts arc and eventually fail. Unless cuisinart changes the selection cam to a solid state or relay, this failure will continue to happen during normal use. If your unit works properly do not switch the function setting while heating, this will cause the contacts to arc and erode the contact surface. This posting is applicable to the TOB-30BC, TOB-30BCC and probably all TOB-30XXX models.
Posted on Apr 07, 2008
Cuisinart has the manual on their website:
Scroll down to the link for the TOB-175.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
This is not a defect - it is just how the unit operates. You can set it to Broil, and the top element should not come on. Make sure the wire rack is turned upside down so that it curves inward and try one more time.
-Tha Mp3 Doctor
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
I had same problem with my cuisinar 350 series broken door spring. After disassembly found a broken extension spring measuring about 3/16 dia.,by 6.5 inches long.Spring was broken about a third down. I lifted ,or bended a loop and a halve up from each broken section and joined the two sections together. lifting each loop of the spring is tricky at first, requires a small screwdriver to be inserted between loop to be lifted and then gently bent the loop with needlenose pliers.
Not knowing how to disassemble the unit I had a hard time assembling the unit back.
I would start by taking off the screws holding the front black backlite first, then the main cover.
The main stainless steel cover does not have to be removed completely, by just gently unbending
the cover I was able to access the spring for removal.
Lots of luck
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
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