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Toaster overn stopped lighting/heating

I have the exact problem described by so many others on this site w/ my Delonghi EO1238 not heating nor light coming on. Was working fine, then next time I went to use it, there was nothing. Time still works, but nothing else!

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  • bdlodahl Sep 11, 2009

    I will see if this works - thanks for the suggestion!

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They really don't make these to be able to repair....but, if you want to open it up there will be a 'thermal fuse' that has blown. More than likely you can go to Radio Shack and find one to replace it. It doesn't have to be the same 'temperature rating' but try for close as possible. Here is a photo of one;
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