DeLonghi RT400 Retro 4-Slice Toaster - Answered Questions & Fixed issues


That's not a mulcher. It's a toaster. You need more than a manual.

DeLonghi RT400... • Answered on Sep 21, 2015 • 478 views


Try cleaning the bread crumbs out of it. If you get enough piled up under the latch mechanism, you can't push it down far enough to engage it.

You may be able to do an adequate job by opening the bottom cover - most toasters are made so it's easily removed for this very purpose. If not, you'll need to pull off the knobs and remove screws so you can take off the top cover. Be careful not to touch the heater wires with any tools - after they've been used a while they become rather brittle and break easily, and even a scratch can cause them to erode and fail. I assume you know to unplug the toaster before working on it.

DeLonghi RT400... • Answered on Jan 06, 2011 • 630 views


I threw it in the garbage thanks for your so called help

DeLonghi RT400... • Answered on Oct 16, 2009 • 128 views


turn the heat nozzel up

DeLonghi RT400... • Answered on Oct 18, 2008 • 364 views


I have researched this toaster quite extensively, without any success as to actual solutions. Usually these machines have either a solenoid activated lever that holds the toast down, although magnetic systems are not uncommon. These may be avtivated by a thermostat, an optical "brownness" meter or a timer. Usually the cost of replacing this would be as much as a new toaster due to labour costs, however it may possibly be fixable - could you add a photo of the internal workings - this might help. Unfortunately many other purchasers appear to have similar problems and claim to have had little success with either dealer or manufacturer. The number of toasters of this model offered for sale second-hand as new at ridiculously low prices makes me suspect that there is a fundamental problem with the model. Use any warranty you have, but unless you wish to write a lot of letters/mails then i suspect a new toaster might be your best bet. Availability of spares for this toaster is another issue - I have been unable to find anyone who claims to supply these, although individual components are almost certainly from different manufacturers and could be sourced. If you can arrange a photo of the toaster when open (reasonably close up and general view) then I may be able to help more. Apologies for no actual "Solution" yet.

DeLonghi RT400... • Answered on Jan 11, 2009 • 1,067 views


JAMES WE ARE NOT ASSOCIATED WITH DeLonghi but I have owned a couple things they made and could never get them to assist me with a FIX so I do not buy their junk anymore

DeLonghi Kitchen... • Answered on Apr 23, 2021 • 16 views


Most self stopping kettles have a bi-metal piece, generally in the handle or top part, which, when boiling, gets one side of the metal to expand more than the other, causing it to bend and mechanically turn off the switch. There are many causes that it can stop working- iron fatigue, corrosion, jammed switch etc that can make it stop working. In general, it <strong>wouldn't</strong> be financially worthwhile to repair it, however many people still use them when they stay in the room, since they still do a decent job of boiling the water quickly. Typically they have a safety, so the thermo-fuse will shut it before a fire starts- on your own risk. It's usually not so expensive to get a new one, so I'd go for using it temporarily til I get around to getting a new one!

DeLonghi Kitchen... • Answered on Jul 01, 2019 • 240 views


It is probably on the base or bottom of the fryer.

DeLonghi Kitchen... • Answered on Jun 28, 2017 • 53 views


De'Longhi has the instruction manual for the CGH800 Panini Grill on the product support page. Click on the Support tab from the product page: http://www.delonghi.com/en-us/products/kitchen/kitchen-appliances/indoor-grills/cgh800-0179415002 . Look on the right hand side of the page. The direct link to the manual is http://www.delonghi.com/Global/InstructionManuals/EN/CGH800%20ENGLISH.pdf . I hope this helps. Cindy Wells

DeLonghi Kitchen... • Answered on Jul 21, 2015 • 966 views


To the original vendor.

DeLonghi Kitchen... • Answered on Feb 18, 2015 • 126 views


No. The bun is no longer edible.

DeLonghi Kitchen... • Answered on Nov 07, 2014 • 168 views


Falling off the counter.

DeLonghi Kitchen... • Answered on Nov 07, 2014 • 66 views


Does it work with bagels? How about pop-tarts?

DeLonghi Kitchen... • Answered on Nov 07, 2014 • 165 views


take it back to whear u bought it

DeLonghi Kitchen... • Answered on Feb 19, 2012 • 324 views


See if it has thermal fuses once you open it up. unplugged of course. Check the side that does not work for continuity of that fuse. Replace it if it is open and check the location to see if it is located too close to an element. Either crimp using copper brass or steel crimps or use ceramic wire nuts to attach the new one.Also look for a broken element. Depending where the break is, sometimes you can make it functional by overlapping the broken area, and that will make decent contact, or sometimes you need to add a metal ferrule and crimp it down.

DeLonghi Kitchen... • Answered on Jan 29, 2012 • 814 views

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