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Dualit toaster stopped working. Selector switch was stuck. Now it isnt and can't get power to it.

4 slice. No visible plug fuse.

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  1. there is a FAQ at this site : https://www.dualit.com/support/4-slice-newgen/faqs
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Dualit Limited
County Oak Way
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  • Email: info@dualit.com

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