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My toaster does not heat up. It is getting electricity and winds down but no heat.

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This a good indication that your elements have gone bad. Having it plugged in could cause a electrical fire. Unplug the unit. How old is it. With what a toaster cost if not under warranty get another one and trash this one. It's not worth trying to fix unless under warranty. Hope this helps. Let me know what happens and if I can help you with anything else.

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