I have a round up vertical toaster model Number VCT-10. I just put a new motor in it but every time I try to put the bun through it would stop the motor from working, any suggestions would be apperciated
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if its a bullet thermal fuse you can buy these on ebay for nutin.
if you want u can put in a programmable thermal control or just a resettable button fuse it resets its self when it cools . (looks like a button )
First make sure you have not taken out too many links of the chain. Start on one side so you can get it together. Once that one side is on I take a channel lock and grab the other side that needs to get connected and get get it as close as possible the I use a flat head screwdriver and work on it until it connects. Takes a little practice.
That is strange, both sides are completely seperate electrically. Problems I have seen in the past are that some Hobart toasters are bun toasters and only toast one side of the bread. If that was the case you could look down into the toaster and see that only one side of each slot has a heating element. The other common problem is when someone changes a 220 volt to a 110 volt toaster by running the elements in series instead of paralle. at the terminal block. I am stumped on this one. I can't think of a fix for that. I am going to look at the wiring diagram again. If your question is still up, I will get back to you.