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In order for the element to stay on, the oven switch must be broken. No details are provided, but if your oven is like most, you have an Oven Selector knob for ~bake, broil, clean and another knob for Temperature selection.
Look at your Oven Selector knob closely to make sure it is not slipping on the shaft. It may be as simple as the knob being broken, and even though you are turning it to the Off position, the switch may still be on. If the knob is indeed turning the switch shaft, then it is most likely the switch stuck in the own position. Thanks for using FixYa.
first pull the knob off the shaft and check to see if its broken where the shaft is supposed to lock-in if so u jus need a new knob. if not you have to pull the panel off the stove and replace the shaft this shouldnt be too difficult either way.
the flame needs to be adjusted there's a small screw right inside of the shaft where the knob goes. Pull knob off and there should be a screw inside that u shaped shaft. Turn the burners on and set the flame accordingly.
You have not given much information to go on, but I am assuming that you mean the door hinge has broken.
If it is a drop down door, then you will have to replace the hinges as a pair.
If it is not the door that is the prob, then I need more information.
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Salton Model KTES8 toaster oven disassembly and repair
DISASSEMBLY Remove two rear feet, each held by one screw. Remove 8 screws holding back on. Twist AC line cord grommet 90 degrees and slide off back. Remove one screw on inside 2-1/4" from top on control side next to bell (hard to see - hidden by wire insulation). Remove 4 screws from bottom of wraparound case. Push up case about 1/4" at the front to disengage locking tabs, then gently slide back and spread sides of case, lift wraparound lip over the edge it screws into, and then work the case towards the back until it easily slides off. Remove 3 knobs from right hand control panel (use flat blade of dinner knife to gently pry on one side, then the other). Remove screws that were hidden by knobs. Remove two screws holding plastic control panel. Remove 4 long screws and spacers holding circuit boards to plastic control panel. Remove plastic control panel. Move circuit boards forward so they can be accessed. (be careful that after disengaging the temperature control shaft from the circuit board that you do not twist either the temperature control shaft or the knob shaft - they will be reassembled by putting the shaft back into the slot.)
Yeah just turn the left hand knob to the one setting which isn't a cooking function - I think it looks a bit like a dash - and then power up as normal on the right hand knob.
It happpened to me but you get the hang of it and it's not a fault.