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The broiler element on my Convection and Toaster Oven is burned out. Can it be replaced?

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  • chriskirk55 Oct 20, 2010

    Hi. Thank you for responding. The oven is a Welbilt Convection and Toaster oven. The Model number is almost impossible to read, but I believe it is CVN35. The serial number is 08 96 808026. I hope that clarifies things. Chris

  • chriskirk55 Nov 05, 2010

    The broiler element has burned out on my Welbilt Convection and Toaster Oven. The Model number, I believe (it's very hard to read), is CV N 35. Tis is the information I sent to the last expert. If the Model number doesn't make sense, please let me know, and I will try again. Thank you. Chris

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Yes, this can be replaced but I would just go out and buy a new toaster oven because the part will cost more then replacing it with a new one

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Hi!
Yes, it can, the issue is sometimes the price. If you can get me the Brand and Model of the oven I'll find the part and help you replace it.

Posted on Oct 16, 2010

  • Rene J Solis Oct 20, 2010


    PLEASE READ THE RECALL ISSUED BY THE CPSC ON THIS OVEN. There are no parts available. The company went out o business on or about 2002.




    Note: Firm is out of business. Do not use these products. Please discard or destroy these products.






    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
    Originally issued February 12, 1998, Revised January 15, 2002
    Release # 98-066
    CPSC Consumer Hotline: (800) 638-2772
    CPSC Media Contact: Ken Giles, (301) 504-7052

    CPSC, Appliance Corp. of America Announce Recall of Ovens

    WASHINGTON, D.C. - In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Appliance Corp. of America (ACA) of Great Neck, N.Y., implemented a voluntary corrective action program on more than 100,000 toaster and convection ovens sold under the WELBILT brand name to replace their power cords. If the power cords touch the back of the oven, they could melt and expose wires, presenting a serious shock hazard to consumers.




    The WELBILT toaster oven subject to this corrective action is model TBR5. The model number and the Underwriters Laboratories (UL) mark are located on the bottom of the oven. The power cord is white. This oven is also a broiler, rotisserie and griddle. The WELBILT convection ovens subject to this corrective action are model GTC1 and CVN35. The model number and the UL mark are located on the bottom of the ovens. The power cord is white.



    A HELPFUL - 4 THUMBS rating for this solution would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for using FixYa.


  • Rene J Solis Nov 05, 2010

    Hi Chris!



    As I mentioned before, there was a recall for your unit and the company went out of business. It seem that oven is a fire hazard, I sent you the recall information. You won't be able to find any parts for it anywhere. You better off just buying a new unit.



    Good Day.

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