20 Most Recent KitchenAid KCO1005OB 1400 Watts Toaster Oven with Convection Cooking Questions & Answers


Thermal fuse is a one time safety device, order by specification. My Kitchen Aid toaster oven has one on the side with the controls marked 206c for 206 degrees Celcius when it blows, and marked with a part number that when Googled was found to be 2 amp. The fuse blows in this sequence: temperature first, then if that fails the regular fuse action will kill the circuit at 2 amps. I called electronic supply places around Los Angeles. $1. 25 later I have my part. Mouser electronics carries them for .44 cents. Placed the new one on the ceramic base of the old one, and am back to using my favorite toaster oven. Will not be using it for broiling again - that is when it got hot and quit on me.

KitchenAid... | Answered on Sep 10, 2013


Go to http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/index.action you can find it there...

KitchenAid... | Answered on Aug 20, 2013


My kitchen aid toaster oven when set on baking the light is not coming on.

KitchenAid... | Answered on Jul 26, 2013


We've got the same problem and I just took ours apart.

Bad news: I'm pretty sure it's the circuit board. It's not the timer knob, and I'm almost positive it's not the upper selector knob. Most of the components on the circuit board are only used for the "bake" mode to regulate temperature. The board is marked, "128301 Timer PCB". I looked into whether one can buy a replacement board from Kitchenaid, but it's not on their parts list. If I had to guess, I'd say it's the relay on the board, but it's only a guess. Shoddy components, plus it gets hot in there and "bakes" the board. The little fan in the side isn't part of the "convection." It's for cooling off the circuit board. Don't laugh.

Even worse, next to the thermostat on ours, there's a little rubber insulator that's burnt to a crisp. The connection under this insulator was also loose. It hasn't affected functionality, but it doesn't instill confidence in the design. Kind of scary. Unplug this unit when not in use!

Only a one year warranty. I think we now have an expensive toaster.

KitchenAid... | Answered on Apr 08, 2013


I've had the same problem. I checked out the Kitchen Aid website, called the toll-free number listed on the site (800-541-6390), and talked to a very pleasant and helpful customer service representative. She said she would be sending a free replacement knob that would arrive in 7 to 10 days. It may sound ominous, but if ya can't fix ya, ya gotta replaceya!

KitchenAid... | Answered on Apr 01, 2012


Go online and search up your exact model toaster oven and see if you can find a replacement parts website. If you can't, call or e-mail the manufacturer and have them send you a replacement.

KitchenAid... | Answered on May 18, 2011


Here is an address that will bring a list of sites that carry oven parts. If checking with KitchenAid doesn't help try this:

netshoppers.com/search/index.php?phrase=oven+parts&uid=d5d00793c96dccbcaa9b5f3ca3d412cd&kuid=4c4a6ef184c15b7eeffee322a7d94921&src=7s

ToasterandConvectionOvens.com

KitchenAid... | Answered on Feb 12, 2011


Hi,

You can purchase the spares from:

http://www.partstore.com/Model/Whirlpool/KitchenAid/KCO1005OB.aspx

Thanks for using FixYa.

KitchenAid... | Answered on Dec 25, 2010


If you mean the time KNOB, then you are in luck. Sears can supply this for you either by internet "searspartsdirect" or any sears repair parts outlet. Also, on the internet, "repair clinic" can supply this for you. If the problem is the timer control, then you cannot get a replacement part; you must send the entire appliance to the repair center as indicated in the manual.

KitchenAid... | Answered on Nov 22, 2010


The overload switch is located above the theromostat.To check it put a jumper across the switch and plug the unit in. If the switch is bad you will now see the red light on and the oven will work. Take the switch off and gently pry the 4 posts back. Remove the pin, gently put it in a vise and put a drop of solder on top of the metal cap. Put the switch back togther, install it and you should be back in operation.

KitchenAid... | Answered on May 18, 2010

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