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Toaster needs new heat coil

My toaster (a model from the seventies) needs a new heating coil. I went to a local small appliance repair and was told the toaster was not repairable b/c Toastmaster does not supply parts. Any alternatives?

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Find a comparable model at flea shops, yard sales, or e-bay and take the parts off and install them on yours.

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