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What does error code e02 indicate?


I had one with the same problem. I found out that this was due to a defective temperature sensor (in my case anyway). The technical name for this part is NTC glass encapsulated thermistor 86k ohm. It is placed against the outer right wall of the toaster oven. if you look into the oven,there are 2 screws holding it( this device is on the other side of the wall and is connected to the controller via a 2-pin white connector. I replaced it and my toaster oven works fine after. This part costs about 1-2 dollars to replace. You have to remove the top cover of the toaster oven to have access to it.

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My black & decker tro964 is not heating


That may sound like a stupid question, but is it plugged in?
Have you tried to plug in the toaster on a different power outlet?
If there is a ground fault switch where the toaster is plugged in (that's those outlets which have 2 buttons on the front, one labeld "Test" the other usually labeled "Reset") unplug the toaster and push the "Reset" button and try the toaster again. To test, if the power outlet, were the toaster is usually plugged in, is working, try a hair dryer or any other device on that outlet.
Its most likely cheaper to replace the whole toaster than to replace the heating elements, for about 40 $ since that's the price of your toaster on some websites.

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How to remove the cover on an oster toaster TSSTRTS2S2-033


re: Oster TSSTRTS2S2-033 disassembly

Hi, I just took one apart to fix a cold solder joint, so here's my take on disassembly.

The brushed aluminum cover comes off by removing nine screws on the bottom, then manipulating seven tabs and removing the main handle on the plunger.

First, remove the main handle. It has a small plastic locking tab underneath and the tab may break because it hooks onto a metal spike in the toaster and this seems intended to be permanent. I broke it because I just pulled the handle straight off, but I'm not worried because the handle will still go back on reasonably tight; it just won't lock. However, if you want to try to remove it without breaking the plastic locking tab, I would try sticking a thin screwdriver under the bottom of the handle to disengage the plastic tab from the spike.

Next, remove nine of eleven screws on the bottom. Don't remove the two screws directly below the cord switch on the side - it should be obvious which two screws stay on. And take the crumb tray out too.

Next, there are three metal tabs on the bottom that need to be bent. Two of the tabs were held by the removed screws at the back of the toaster. Just bend those two out of the way away from the plastic bottom. The third tab is located in a hole directly between those other two tabs. Take a pair of needle nose pliers and twist the tab so it will unlock and allow the tab to slide through the slot in the plastic toaster bottom.

The four remaining tabs are located on the top of the toaster just inside the main toast slots. The top metal cover folds into the toast slots and forms metal tabs at each end of each toast slot. They unhook relatively easily by sliding the top cover tabs about 1mm towards the centre of the toaster - there's no bending of metal required.

At that point, it takes some playing around to actually remove the cover. Start by working it straight upwards, then lift it off at the back of the toaster first, before the front because there's a cable at the front of the toaster that prevents the top cover from lifting completely off straight up and, as well, the metal plunger arm that holds the handle will be the last thing to unhook. The plunger arm and the cord retraction mechanisms do get in the way, but it is possible to do it without forcing anything.

Note that after the metal cover is unfastened and pulled off, it is still attached to the toaster mechanism by a short internal electronics cable which connects the toaster to the front buttons in the cover. The front buttons and display remain attached inside the cover. At this point, the toaster should still function normally despite it having the cover off.

I hope that helps.

JimmyHaulinHogs

Sep 02, 2013 | Oster Toaster Ovens

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Just purchased toaster oven model CE23551 and it did not have a crumb tray as advertised on the box and owner manual. Why is there no crumb tray ?


This model does NOT come with a crumb tray. In order to remove the crumbs from the bottom it must be shaken (like a toaster). I understand that this may be a little inconvenient; however, this machine is made relatively light weight for that purpose.

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Breville beeping too loud


The beeping sound is annoying and mostly unnecessary. Unfortunately it can't be turned off. The only way to "fix it" would be to remove or disable the Piezo buzzer. I tried doing this, but disassembling the oven to reach the pcb control board ,where the buzzer is located, is complicated. You can take the top cover off using a Philips screw drive. But reaching the pcb board is tedious. So I gave uP and reassemble it. If someone has a better idea or method , please share. This is a great oven except for the annoying beeping. Even my dogs are afraid because it is the same sound that my invisible fence has and they think that they are being warned.

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Toaster button does not latch.


The buttons latch is actually an electromagnet that is engaged and disengaged by a small timer located on the toasters circuit board. The most likely reason why the button will not stay latched is a bad connection to the magnet. Unplug the toaster and open the right side panel by removing the machine screw located on the underside of the toaster. You will notice a pretty simple circuit board with 2 (usually red) wires leading to the magnet. If you have trouble locating the magnet, push the "toast" button and watch out for the component it butts up too. Because the wires attached to the magnet are soldered firmly to the circuit board, the poor connection is usually at the magnet. Gently push the wires towards the magnet to ensure a good connection. To test, plug the toaster in, being sure to remove any tools or loose components from the toaster, and push in the button so see if it latches. If it does latch, open the door to disengage and unplug the toaster before reassembling. If it does not latch, you may need to replace the magnet.

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Bush toaster is blowing fuses when switched on


It appears that there is a short in the toaster somewhere. Many times it is the cord. See if you can remove the cord and then test to see if the two leads of the cord are shorted with an ohmeter.

Bob Janelli

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How to remove grease splatter from toaster oven


set a bowl of ammonia in it over nite. do not turn oven on the fumes will ease the grease off. wipe clean in the morning with a dry cloth

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