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The toaster heating element converts electricity in to heat energy through the process of Joule heating effect. the electric current flowing through the element encounters electric resistance, resulting in heating of the element.

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My 1950's toaster won't work anymore!! I love that toaster and I need it fixed!


This might be more useful, it shows fixing a burnt out heater wire, without resorting to new parts:
https://youtu.be/kXn1lTYCtGs




Feb 08, 2016 | Kitchen Appliances - Others

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My black & decker tro964 is not heating


That may sound like a stupid question, but is it plugged in?
Have you tried to plug in the toaster on a different power outlet?
If there is a ground fault switch where the toaster is plugged in (that's those outlets which have 2 buttons on the front, one labeld "Test" the other usually labeled "Reset") unplug the toaster and push the "Reset" button and try the toaster again. To test, if the power outlet, were the toaster is usually plugged in, is working, try a hair dryer or any other device on that outlet.
Its most likely cheaper to replace the whole toaster than to replace the heating elements, for about 40 $ since that's the price of your toaster on some websites.

Jan 06, 2014 | Black & Decker TRO964 Toaster Oven

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My toaster doesn't give enough heat to use it


follow this test with multimeter, and fix it. God bless you

the oven doesn't work at all, make sure the circuit breaker or fuse is on at the electrical panel and test the power cord.. If the oven doesn't work on its toaster and oven functions, test the main switch . As needed, check the fuse.
If the toaster function doesn't turn off unless the door is open, test the solenoid, the switch and if necessary, the thermostat .
Location of the typical toaster oven's thermal fuse.
If the toaster oven stays on when the door is opened, check the main switch . If the oven doesn't heat, test the heating elements

Nov 08, 2013 | Hatco Conveyor / Toaster

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Heat is low


please make this test with the multimeter.God bless you

the oven doesn't work at all, make sure the circuit breaker or fuse is on at the electrical panel and test the power cord If the oven doesn't work on its toaster and oven functions, test the main switch As needed, check the fuse .
If the toaster function doesn't turn off unless the door is open, test the solenoid, the switch and if necessary, the thermostat
Location of the typical toaster oven's thermal fuse.
If the toaster oven stays on when the door is opened, check the main switch (). If the oven doesn't heat, test the heating elements.

Nov 08, 2013 | Hatco Conveyor / Toaster

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Right side stopped working


In the manual:

Check to see if the toaster is plugged in; if it is, unplug the toaster, then plug it back in again.

A tone will sound when the toaster is plugged into a live electrical outlet.

If no tone sounds, check the electrical circuit the toaster is connected to -

is a fuse blown or a circuit-breaker tripped in your home?

At least with "unplugging and plug it back again in the electrical outlet" the right side of our toaster works again. The tone that should sound with plugging in didn't work...

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Slide button won't push down


I have the same problem, if my toaster isn't plugged in. If it is plugged in, it should work.

May 02, 2009 | West Bend 6220 Slide Thru 2-Slice Toaster

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The toaster does not work but the egg portion does


Call the company. They will send you a new one. At least they did for my neighbor.

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Toaster not working


Is the electrical outlet working? Plug something else in (a lamp perhaps) and see if there is power to the plug.

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Timer


Unplug toaster and lay toaster on its back. Gently pry the timer knob up and off the front of the toaster and spray the shaft several times with WD-40. Replace the timer knob and manually operate the timer repeatedly, thereby working the WD-40 down the timer shaft. Test the timer to see if it now operates freely. If not, repeat the above steps. Set toaster upright and plug in. This worked for me. If it doesn't work on your toaster, then have it repaired professionally.

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