Question about Toaster Ovens
My GE 168970 (this could be Wal Mart's GE No.) Toaster Oven has a burned diode in the line going from the toast/grill switch to the elements. The other diode beside it is fine. I can't see the part number. I'd love to know why there is a diode there in the first place! But mostly, I'd like to find out what the part number is (i.e., INxxxxx) so I can replace it. Secondly, I'd like to know if I can use regular solder in a small appliance, or if I need special high-temperature solder.
Just clip the diode out (pay attention to the white band around the end) take the diode to radio shack and match it's size physically.Then put it back in using regular electrical solder (rosin core) put the band on the diode facing the same way it came out
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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