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Intermittently won't come on, now fails to work at all.

Can't seem to get it apart to check for bad switch. cover still at attached at top in front even when screws are removed. Problem appears to be in the timer/on switch. Oster toaster oven model 6295. Is it wotrth repairing?

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Your timer switch is going bad and will soon stop working alltogether. If the switch is a model DKJ/1-60 you will not find one, however, there is a switch made for Delonghi that will work. Go to The Gourmet Depot website and look for switch part # 05XDE5218104600. If you have a different switch look on smallapplianceparts.com for your part or search "small appliance parts" for a few other places that sell these parts.

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    On an additional note, to get the side panel off so you can get to the controls you may need to remove a screw(s) that you cannot see is holding the panel on. Open the front (glass) door and see if there are any screws going in toward the panel that you're trying to get off. There may be a very long screw that is holding the panel on after you have removed all the obvious screws on the side panel. The screws will likely be right adjacent to where the door sits when it's closed. The screws are to the left of your oven controls just on the inside of the switch panel. You may need to remove one or more of these screws to get the side panel off. Once the screw(s) are removed, lift the side panel from the bottom. The side panel may have tab's on the top that are inserted into slots of the toaster body to keep it on tight. Lift the bottom of the panel up and pull it out of the slots to remove it from the body. You will now have access to all the electrical switches.

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