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Where can i get a diagram of a Krups FBC412?


Maybe Krups can provide the diagram if you inquire.

Aug 20, 2016 | Krups FBC412 1600 Watts Toaster Oven with...

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Door Replacement


  1. To fix a cocked door, open the door and loosen the screws securing the inner panel. Hold the door at the top and twist it from side to side to seat it securely on its hinges.
  2. Partially tighten the door screws; do not overtighten screws on a porcelain door because the surface may chip.
  3. Test the seal by inserting a piece of paper between the seal and the top corners of the oven. The seal should tightly grip the paper.
  4. To replace cabinet-mounted springs, remove the storage drawer and the oven door. Unhook and replace the springs. Replace both springs even if only one is broken.
Hope that helps..........

Jul 01, 2008 | Krups FBC5 1600 Watts Toaster Oven with...

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I need a Manual for a Krups Counter Convection Oven


Krups has one manual for the FBC2, FBC3 and FBC4 models. Start here: http://www.krups.com/Consumer+Services/Product+Support/Manuals/Use+Intructions.htm and use the drop-down menu on the left to select Toaster Ovens. Then select the FBC2. Click on the green and black icon to download the manual. The direct link to the manual is http://www.krups.com/NR/rdonlyres/5605B757-078E-4DF1-9DED-A884209066C8/4351/TOASTOVENFBC234_usa.pdf . The manual is also available here: http://static.highspeedbackbone.net/pdf/TOASTOVENFBC234_engusa.pdf . You can also get this manual from the Krups FBC2 product page: http://www.krups.com/All+Products/Toaster+Ovens/Products/FBC2/FBC2.htm . Click on the Instructions link.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Jul 27, 2016 | Krups FBC4 1600 Watts Toaster Oven with...

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My toaster oven stopped heating all together.


your heating element has gone bad or there is some bad wiring in the oven itself

to check open up the toaster oven and look at the wires coming from the heating elements inside to the timer on the front panel if there is no bad wiring then the heating elements are bad and the toaster oven needs to be replaced

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I have a fbc2 krups convection oven and the handle is broken. is there a replacement for this?


Molly, there appears to be some replacement parts available:

this is a link for the oven door and handle, which appear to come together: http://www.smallappliance.com/product.asp?pid=2478&cur=USD&sid=18956&gid=18984&pfor=2805&shopBy=Category this site is referenced as authorized by Krups, but Krups did not show this replacement part in their online store.
this is a link for the tray handle: http://www.krupsonlinestore.com/product_detail.asp?T1=KRW+SS%2D185298&MENU=parts&SELECT=toasterovens&SKW=PARTFBC2 for 1.99 from Krups, and http://www.smallappliance.com/product.asp?pid=2479&cur=USD&sid=18956&gid=18984&pfor=2805&shopBy=Category for 8.99 from smallappliance.com, referred by Krups.

Hope this is helpful.

Dec 22, 2010 | Krups FBC2 1600 Watts Toaster Oven with...

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My KRUPS FBC2 glass door hinge is broken. We use a pan to keep door in place when using it so it doesn't fall down. Any ideas on how to fix it will be appreciated. I'm pretty handy with things but I just...


I just fixed the problem with my Krups FBC-212. The door would not stay closed because the spring that keeps it in the closed position was broken. I ordered another from one of the small appliances parts sites (about $7 plus shipping) and that fixed it. I will describe how to do it and how to avoid the mistake that made it much harder and longer than it should have.
Remove the black screws at the back side, the ones holding the external black metal case to the silver chassis. There are 9 of these on my oven.
Also remove the 3 screws holding the left-side foot on.
Now you can probably slide the metal case (previously held on by the 9 screws) out from under the black metal front frame on the left side, thereby exposing the broken spring.
If you cannot get it out from under the lip of the front frame, you can take off the right-hand foot, and if that is not enough, you can remove THREE of the 4 black screws just inside the door holding the front frame to the chassis. Do NOT remove the lower left one next to where the flat door hinge piece goes into oven (which was my mistake) because that screw holds a critical black plastic piece in place.
By now you will be able to slide the black case that covers the sides and top backward and outward enough to expose the broken spring. It will be obvious how to attach the new one.

Aug 28, 2010 | Krups FBC2 1600 Watts Toaster Oven with...

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How do you change the top heating element on the krups fbc 412?


Based on the markings on the sockets, there are 400W ones in the center and 600W ones on the front and back. That adds up to 1600W on each, the advertised total. So be sure you have the correct replacement. After removing the cover you will see that each one has spring connectors.

Aug 08, 2010 | Krups FBC4 1600 Watts Toaster Oven with...

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Krups FBC2 Convection Toaster Oven Simply no power at all.


Having a toaster oven and a coffee maker on the same circuit is asking the breaker to trip in the house electrical panel, but I guess that you have learned the drill: only one appliance on at a time. Try moving the oven to the working side of the socket (the two socket sections can be spit apart and power each half from a separate house breaker and wiring). If the oven now works, check for a tripped breaker in the house panel. If the oven still doesn't work, look for a reset button near the cord entry point. Many heating type appliances have a thermal fuse that opens when things get too hot, but you need to get inside the cover where the cord enters.

Oct 11, 2009 | Krups FBC2 1600 Watts Toaster Oven with...

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Toaster oven door will not close completely.


This problem is caused by screws being loose or dropping off a limiting bracket on the left side of the oven behind the left outer wall.  This bracket allows the front glass panel to remain OPEN, as required for broiling.
To correct this, first check to see that the two black screws facing forward, behind the left side of the front glass panel are tight.  If not, tighten firmly, but be careful not to overtighten.  If this fails to correct the problem, then follow this procedure.
Purchase 2- #4 x 1/2" SS Phillips Pan Head sheet metal screws at your favorite hardware store.  Cost About $1
  1. Unplug the oven and place on a flat work surface. Place a rubber mat or towel under the oven to prevent scratching.
  2. Remove 2- #4 x 1/4" black phillips flat head screws on the left side of the front glass panel which screw into the black side panel.  These are NOT the screws which hold the bracket, which face forward, but are adjacent to the bracket screws.  Be sure to indentify the proper location of all screws for replacement.
  3. Remove the 4- #4 x 3/8" SS phillips pan head screws at the bottom of the left side of the oven.  Pry the metal tab of the back panel slightly off the bottom of the black side panel.
  4. Remove the 3- #4 x 3/8" SS phillips pan head screws from the back panel which attaches to the left side black panel.
  5. Carefully pry the bottom of the left black side panel up from the bottom of the oven until it is parallel to the top of the oven.  It will seem hard to pry it upward as you are bending two SS tabs holding the black side panel to the SS top.  It will come up easily once you get it started.  When it is parallel to the top, slide the black side panel to the rear to remove it from the two SS tabs.
  6. You should now see the limiting bracket at the front of the oven's left side.  Remove the 2- black Phillips screws holding the bracket.
  7. Slip the limiting bracket from the oven.  Place on a wood block and with a chisel (or large common screw driver) and hammer, strike the screw holes on the bracket firmly once, so as to close the screw holes slightly.
  8. (OPTIONAL)  If available, using a rat tail file (or small flat file), at the crook of the spring lever, carefully increase the indent of the crook ever so slightly.  This will allow the front glass panel to stop more definitely at the open point.
  9. Remount the bracket using the 2- #4 x 1/2" SS Phillips Head sheet metal screws you bought. Tighten firmly, but do not overtighten.  Check the front glass panel movement. It should have a definite stop to allow the panel to stay open approximately 1/2" for broiling and should close fully, easily.
  10. Slide the left black side panel on to the SS tabs.
  11. Pry the left side black panel down until it meet the bottom plate.
  12. Replace the bottom screws.
  13. Replace the 2- #4 x 1/4" black Phillips flat head screws at the left side of the front of the front glass panel which screw into the black side panel.
  14. Replace the back panel screws.

Feb 23, 2009 | Cuisinart TOB-50 Toaster Oven with...

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Toast button sticks and sometimes does not function. Sometimes it will work if it is jiggled.


I had the same problem which was getting worse. Eventually I took the oven apart by removing the feet, shell and front. Then I removed the circuit board on the front panel which has all the switches on it. We never use the "Defrost" function, so using a soldering iron, I swapped the "Toast" switch with the "Defrost" switch. The Toast function now works normally. I plan to get some spare switches for the next time one of these goes wrong. While I had one of them out I checked it out and a Panasonic P/N EVQ-PAE05R available from Digi-Key P/N P12192S-ND looks like it will do the trick.

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