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Delonghi upper element warped

Did you ever replace that upper element? I have the same problem. Thanks.

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We had a Hometek toaster oven with the same issue. OEMs won't send you spares for health and safety reasons. With care you can bend the element back into approximate shape, take care not to let the element touch any other metalwork in operation.

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