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Black & Decker CTO650 1500 Watts Toaster Oven No complaints Is it really ... Cons:Numbers wear off around dials after years of wiping. ... It has a see-through glass door, 30 minute timer, variable temp up to 450 degrees F and signal bell.
Black & Decker CTO650 1500 Watts Toaster Oven No complaints i should'a bought this one Is it ... Cons: Numbers wear off around dials after years of wiping. .... It hasa 4-slice or 9 pizza capacity and touch button controls with LCD display.
If the top element no longer works then you can check for a replacement. Check out the Black and Decker website for help. Then if they can't get it, try this address. It will bring up a list of places on the web that you can check at. You will probably will want to copy & paste it into the address bar.
I called the 800 number on the instructions (800-231-9786),. I suffered through a confusing phone tree AND a 10 minute wait on hold. I was told that my 3 year old toaster oven is "fairly old" and that parts are no longer made for it.
Very frustrating. I expect a toaster over 1) to work and 2) to have parts available for 10 years after I purchase it. The ideas of a toaster oven as a "consumable" has terrible implications for our environment.
Top dial is Bake/Broil knob, it goes left to right. Starts with OFF @ 9 0-clock next is 100 dgre then @12 o-clock 180 Deg. is at top center next is 250 Deg. next 350 located opposite of off. Next @ 4 o-clock is 400 Deg. Next @ 5 o-clock is 450 Deg. and finally at the bottom at the 6 o-clock position is BROIL. The Center Knob is BAKE TIMER . Starts @ off position as 0, next @ 10 o-clock is 10-mins. Next @ 12 o-clock position is 20 mins. Next @ 2 o-clock pos. is 30 mins. Next @ 3 o-clock pos. is 40 mins. Next @ 5 o-clock pos. is 50 mins. Next and finial pos. is 60 mins. The Bottom knob is TOAST @ the 9 o-clock is is 0 next @ 11 o-clock pos. is Light , Next between the 12 & 1 o-clock pos. is MEDIUM and the final pos. @ 3 o-clock is DARK. TOAST.
I investigated further (took it apart again to satisfy my curiosity) and it appears that one of the top heating elements (the front one) is open (burnt out). I cannot see an easy way to replace it (contacts are spot welded) and I can't find a place to buy the element. If I could it probably won't be worth it since a new oven costs $25 at Target (B&D TR0490W). Too bad since the oven looks like new. I assume the upper elements burn out more frequently because heat rises from the lower elements and adds extra heat at the top.
I found that the heating element in the top front was burned off at the end. I removed the side cover and the ceramic insulator from the broken end. I then grabbed the broken end of the spring inside the glass tube and stretched it to where I could re-attach it to the connector. It now works after getting it back together. If you attempt this repair, UNPLUG THE OVEN FIRST! There is also a security screw at the bottom of the side cover.