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Knobs/spare parts Do you know where I can get new handles/knobs for this toaster? Thanks!Bob

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Re: knobs/spare parts

I don't have access to parts, but any knob might work if you can't find a direct replacement. Make sure it's phenolic and designed for high temperature. If it doesn't fit drill it out and fill it with epoxy, then place the toaster over it so the epoxy doesn't drain out while setting up. It's probably not as safe, but cast drawer knobs also work in the same manner.

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why do you think cancel button is broken , is it stuck ? if not you gave a bad control board . so recheck the button , and pick at it to pop back to normal . if you need a board your out of luck , no parts are made for toasters anymore . its a toss it and get a new one world . if you get 4 years out of todays toasters your doing good Please if this answer helped , please rate this 3 or 4 stars . and keep me in the paid answer department . A 1 or 2 may knock me down into the unpaid ranks. Thanks Cactus Bob .

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