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The top heating element of my DeLonghi DO1289 won't work anymore. Is this something that can be replaced, or do I have to toss the oven? I've only had it for three years. Thanks!

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The upper element for AS690 is part# 512623
Thw lower element for AS690 is Part# 512624
Available at www.nelsonappliance.com/Toaster+Oven+Parts.html
or
http://abtecparts.com/delonghi_toaster_oven_elements.htm

Posted on Jul 27, 2008

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SOURCE: Delonghi AS690 toaster oven lower element won't turn on.

Cactus Bob Is WRONG. I've had these replaced; and then, when it happened subsequently, bought the part and replaced it myself. You have to take the entire thing apart. but it can be done.

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Hi. Once any appliance is over ten years old it is difficult to find parts. Your best bet is to replace it. J.

Posted on Jul 31, 2010

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