Question about DeLonghi XU1837 Trilogy Bake 'N' Broil Toaster Oven with Convection Cooking
You need to go to your local Harbor Freight Tools and pick up a security tool kit for $9.99 so you'll get the bits required to remove the special screws. You need to remove all the screws around the outer edge of rear and then pull the white rubber plugs out of feet and remove the screws from feet. Then the entire cover lifts off of unit. That exposes where the power cord enters the back of unit. You'll see a smaller black wire leaving that area going over to the timer knob. Before the wire gets to the timer knob, there is a sleve covering the wire. If you'll cut the zip tie holding all the wires together, you can slide the sleve (mine is red) backwards toward where the power wire comes into unit. That will expose the inline fuse that is blown. You will need to call Delonghi to order the wire. It is pressure fitted on. You should be able to pull the connectors lose by hand on each end. Simple fix!!
Posted on May 07, 2008
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