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Need a replacement heating tube for model 6198 toaster oven

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SOURCE: sunbeam toaster oven upper heating coil not working

the part (element) cannot be bought , its connectors are welded into place ........ if you realy love your oven , you can get one by shopping in a goodwill store for a used oven and cut the element out and cut and weld the element into your oven ........ this does work ,i have done it

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Heating element on toaster oven have mercury in them


No they don't. If they did it would be online and they would never get through inspection anyway. Mercury is expensive, but you do find mercury in all florescent tubes and compact florescent lamps in very small quantities. Toaster oven elements are radiant and have a metal element inside a ceramic glass tube.

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I have the same toaster oven and it developed the same problem.
There is a thermal fuse with a 172C trip point. I replaced it with a new part and it worked fine for another week. I replaced it again with a fuse with a 192C trip point and that's been working for a couple of months now. Some pointers for replacing the fuse.

1) you need a Philips screwdriver with an 11" (30cm) shaft to get at the screws behind the control panel.
2) you only need to take off the feet and open the right side (looking at the toaster from the front).
3) The thermal fuse is in a white flexible plastic tube, held in place with a metal bracket.
4) You can pull the old fuse from the wire clamp using 2 pairs of plyers. I re-used the same clamps to connect the new fuse to the existing wires.
5) Replacement fuses can be found on EBAY for about $1.50 (includes shipping from Hong Kong)

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Top filament has burned out; does it pay to repair toaster oven or shouldit be replaced by a newer model??? We rarely use the oven and mostly use the appliance for toast. A replacement would cost less...


Chances are very slim your toaster oven is repairable anyway if the heating element burns out. A replacement part is not available, and there's no way to reliably repair a break. Even if it could be fixed, the low replacement cost makes it uneconomical. Parts and labor would run close to $50, maybe even exceed that price.

Unless you can find a part and do the repair yourself, small appliances today are throw-away items.

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My toaster oven stopped heating all together.


your heating element has gone bad or there is some bad wiring in the oven itself

to check open up the toaster oven and look at the wires coming from the heating elements inside to the timer on the front panel if there is no bad wiring then the heating elements are bad and the toaster oven needs to be replaced

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No thermostat control......... oven always on...... Is thermostat serviceable ??


Please remove and check if there is any short in the wiring to the thermostat.It is important to replace with the same type/model as it is not advisable to repair unless for an emergency if the same type is not available, could be adjusted with a local one.
Please ceck with the help of multimeter for any shorts/ in the circuit. Hope this helps you Good day.

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Can the top heating element on the b&d under counter toaster oven be replaced


I have replaced heating elements on B&D toaster ovens in the past. Check here for specific information about your model: http://www.blackanddecker.com/CustomerCenter/parts.aspx

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Sunbeam toaster oven upper heating coil not working


the part (element) cannot be bought , its connectors are welded into place ........ if you realy love your oven , you can get one by shopping in a goodwill store for a used oven and cut the element out and cut and weld the element into your oven ........ this does work ,i have done it

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Heating elements


I think this is a common problem with these kind of toaster ovens. Mine isn't a Toastmaster - mine is Cook's Essentials (from QVC), and my upper elements have also warped and split, although mine are curved downwards.

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