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Bread toaster doesnt work

My parents just bought this toaster and threw away the box. The bread toaster doesn't heat up.

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It could be the slide button connections or loose wires. You would have to take it apart to try and figure it out. It should be under warranty, though. I don't know if the box is required. You'll have to ask Back to Basics about that.

Posted on Oct 10, 2008

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When:
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