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Is there some way to get a part of the bottom off. Tons of crumbs are stuck in the toaster

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i've found this to be a common problem.... typically, people will clean out the crumb tray at the bottom of the toaster, whilst other crumb bits remain elsewhere inside the toaster, especially close to the heating elements, and alot of newer models today have a safety sensor. try giving it a good thorough cleaning and visual inspection to rule out a little excess building getting in your way...literally. lol. hope this helps

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Slide the bottom door under the toaster and it will open, I would suggest doing it over a waste can or sink. You can take a small thin brush and get the crumbs out. Then your toaster will be back in working order. Crumbs that are stuck in the bottom of the tray is what causes it to burn the toast.

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Constant use can lead to crumbs clogging the path of the lever. Try opening up the bottom panel, by pulling on the metal tab to release the plate (and crumbs!) over a trash can. Also try flipping the toaster upside down and, very gently, shaking the crumbs out. if that doesn't work, you can try checking the toaster's browning dial. This might be too low to activate the heating coil. Try dialing it up, and pushing the lever down again. I hope this helps. You can check our post on Best ways to use a Toaster oven. Best ways to use toaster oven 2017 ultimate guide Kitchenutilitypro

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Crumbs stuck on the sides and bottom of toaster


You can follow the instructions on how to replace the heating elemnts of the dualit toaster in the link
http://www.fixya.com/support/r4472039-procedure_replacing_heating_elements

With this way you remove yours clean the toaster completely and put the elemnt back.
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Hi .. turn the toaster upside down. There should be an access door there to allow you to clean out the bottom of the toaster.

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Hi,

Very often it's simply crumbs in the wrong place.

Unplug it and take it outside. Remove any little drawers you have completely, and brush them out with a stiff brush.

Turn toaster upsidedown, and bang the sides with your flat palm to empty crumbs. Because of the design, this doesn't get everything out, and you may need to do it upright, and upsidedown again.
While upsidedown, press the levers fully down, and agitate them on the bottom stop.

This should remove the crumbs from the electromagnet armature.
This is operates when a flat plate rests on the elecromagnet. If there are crumbs in the way - it wont hold.

If there is still a problem after this, please contact again, or rate so that other may follow the advice given. Thank you.

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Very often it's simply crumbs in the wrong place.

Unplug it and take it outside. Remove any little drawers you have completely, and brush them out with a stiff brush.

Turn toaster upsidedown, and bang the sides with your flat palm to empty crumbs. Because of the design, this doesn't get everything out, and you may need to do it upright, and upsidedown again.
While upsidedown, press the levers fully down, and agitate them on the bottom stop.

This should remove the crumbs from the electromagnet armature.
This operates when a flat plate rests on the elecromagnet. If there are crumbs in the way - it wont hold.

If there is still a problem after this, please contact again, or rate so that other may follow the advice given. Thank you.

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