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Removing face of DeLonghi AR1070

I am trying to clean my DeLonghi AR1070 (just bought it at an estate sale and want to give it a complete cleaning) and would like to remove the face of the unit for a better clean. I have removed the screws, but the catch on the left is preventing me from completely removing the face of the oven. How can I unhook the catch to remove the face? Thank you!

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  • kjeetsd Aug 09, 2008

    My toaster oven, which is about a year old has failed to work. Its "toast control", the middle knob became intermittent and shortly after became inoperative.
    Can I get a replacement and instruction for replacing it, In case it can be replaced?


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This is a two slice Delonghi toaster, model CT12 and is has stopped heating on the right side

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