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Breville Toaster stop working


Often, it is caused by an accumulation of crumbs around the thermal shut off sensor. This causes the toaster to shut off quicker because it gets too hot.
unplugging the toaster, taking the outer shell off and cleaning all visible residue out of the toaster.
Reminder: if wiping with damp cloths, please let toaster thoroughly dry before reassembly..
Just found this on the internet dont no if this will work.

Nov 17, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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Why is the toaster dead? Is there an internal fuse that could be changed?


No, there is no fuse. There is a safety thermostat that detects when the toaster gets too hot and will shut it off. However, it is very unlikely that this has gone bad.

Most likely, there is a problem in the mechanical linkage that turns on an internal switch when the toaster bar is pushed down.

The other possibility, which is far less likely, is that the power cord has a break in it. Sometimes, if the toaster is moved around frequently, the power cord gets flexed too much and then breaks where the cord enters the power plug. Fixing this involves replacing the power plug. To diagnose this, you can carefully hold the power cord in slightly different positions and see if the toaster powers up in any position.

May 24, 2014 | Breville Kitchen Appliances - Others

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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


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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Toaster won't stay down. Toastmaster Toaster


The contacts on my magnetic lock (lever) had some crumbs and build up on it. I had to take it apart but just cleaning it made mine work fine again.

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The digital control panel is on the fritz,


We ran into the same problem today with our toaster. There was never a problem before I cleaned it--not only by sliding out the crumb drawer, but by turning it upside down to dislodge every last crumb. After that, It would not stay down when pushed down--and none of the buttons were functional.

My husband took the cover off and found that a magnet is what keeps the lever down when the toaster's on, and allows it to go back up when the toasting is done. It's an electro magnet that works only when the toaster is on. It seems that when I turned the unit upside down and rightside up again, crumbs landed on the magnet's contact plates (which are about 1/4" x 1/2") and would not allow the magnet to engage. Because the magnet wouldn't engage, the lever would not stay down, and the toaster shut off. Brush off the magnets, replace the cover and toast away!

Nov 28, 2008 | Oster 6330 4-Slice Toaster

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Toaster Oven Repair


Toaster switch does not stay down. I have to hold the switch down to get toast. The heating element works fine as does the oven. Can we fix the switch? Or, do you know someone to whom we can send it for repair? Thanks!

Sheila Newton
Winston-Salem, NC

Aug 16, 2008 | Toaster Ovens

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Bread won't toast


We ran into the same problem today with our toaster. There was never a problem before I cleaned it--not only by sliding out the crumb drawer, but by turning it upside down to dislodge every last crumb. After that, It would not stay down when pushed down.

My husband took the cover off and found that a magnet is what keeps the lever down when the toaster's on, and allows it to go back up when the toasting is done. It's an electro magnet that works only when the toaster is on. It seems that when I turned the unit upside down and rightside up again, crumbs landed on the magnet's contact plates (which are about 1/4" x 1/2") and would not allow the magnet to engage. Because the magnet wouldn't engage, the lever would not stay down, and the toaster shut off. Brush off the magnets, replace the cover and toast away!

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Toaster lever


I have sunbeam model AGW toaster level is not staying down and no power. the spring work, i want to know what part hold it down. please help or there any repair company i can take it (s. california) thanks

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