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something had been gone short due to the power socket.let the socket be ok but sometimes due to heavy voltage this could possibly happen.just check if somme parts is burnt ,turned black or smelling foul oudor,or when you on the machine now it passes burning fumes from some where.
That may sound like a stupid question, but is it plugged in?
Have you tried to plug in the toaster on a different power outlet?
If there is a ground fault switch where the toaster is plugged in (that's those outlets which have 2 buttons on the front, one labeld "Test" the other usually labeled "Reset") unplug the toaster and push the "Reset" button and try the toaster again. To test, if the power outlet, were the toaster is usually plugged in, is working, try a hair dryer or any other device on that outlet.
Its most likely cheaper to replace the whole toaster than to replace the heating elements, for about 40 $ since that's the price of your toaster on some websites.
I had the same problem with my Breville B0V650XL. It worked fine at breakfast, then wouldn't turn on the next time I tried to use it. Judging by the comments on this site, this appears be a common problem with this and many other Breville products.
I fixed my toaster oven by replacing the thermal fuse assembly. This part costs $4.39 on ereplacementparts.com. It's a shame that an expensive toaster oven is rendered useless by the failure of such a cheap part.
Replacing the thermal fuse itself is very simple - you'll need a small wiring nut and a phillips screw driver. Unfortunately, getting to the part requires removing the oven cover and about 40 screws. A long, magentic scewdriver is essential for parts of this job. It took me about 1 hour to fix my oven - two minutes to replace the fuse and the rest of the time to remove and replace the oven cover.
This can be due to three reasons:
1. It can be fault in the wire to the oven, if the plug is faulty or the wire has opened out.
2. Secondly if the switch to activate the heating coil is bad it will not connect the power to the coil
3. Finally if the coil is OPEN , then it can be checked using a multimeter as also the wire connection to the heating coil.
It is possible that the controller switch or the trigger is absent so that the coils do not get the power from the mains circuit. it will be best if you can remove the mains plug and start tracing with a multimeter in continuity range( ohms) so that the connection is confirmed.
Once it is found that the switch does not switch on the power or has lost the connection even when it is put to the ON position then you can salvage the swittch from the older toaster to be fixed on.
If the coils have opened it can also be checked with the meter , specially since you have one top element working.
So using the inventory of the two toasters you can get one working.
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.
I would check the cord or the plug before anything else. Plug another appliance into the outlet if it works try bending the male plugs on the cord slightly and try again. If this doesnt work call the man.