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There was a loud bang on 4 slicer delonghi toaster, what results in this?

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Falling off the counter.

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SOURCE: as soon as I pushed the slider down with the bread there was a loud bang/flash and which resulted in the fuse blowing.Havent tried it again

The siptoms you describe is logical and it happent when the wire of the heating element have been brake and since this have live electric power when it touched the metal body of the toaster then you have spaking and automaticaly burning the fuse. So fir you can use this link to find out which element is broken , the you can buy a new one from ebay which they are in good price and replace it as per istructions they will send with element and also using the above link.

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As soon as I pushed the slider down with the bread there was a loud bang/flash and which resulted in the fuse blowing.Havent tried it again


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