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The Breville BOV650XL will not power on.

I checked the outlet and breaker. I used many different outlets with no luck.

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    The Breville BOV650XL will not power on



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I had the same problem with my Breville B0V650XL. It worked fine at breakfast, then wouldn't turn on the next time I tried to use it. Judging by the comments on this site, this appears be a common problem with this and many other Breville products.

I fixed my toaster oven by replacing the thermal fuse assembly. This part costs $4.39 on It's a shame that an expensive toaster oven is rendered useless by the failure of such a cheap part.

Replacing the thermal fuse itself is very simple - you'll need a small wiring nut and a phillips screw driver. Unfortunately, getting to the part requires removing the oven cover and about 40 screws. A long, magentic scewdriver is essential for parts of this job. It took me about 1 hour to fix my oven - two minutes to replace the fuse and the rest of the time to remove and replace the oven cover.

Posted on Feb 10, 2013

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    Rick Hartwig Dec 01, 2014

    Thanks for the help! I was able to buy the part at radio shack and make the repair as well. Yes, 40 screws were definitely annoying, so recommend using an electric screwdriver. I was also able to get to the fuse just by removing the back, so I didn't have to remove the entire outer housing. Thanks again.


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There is a thermal protector fuse on the outside located above the power supply. I replaced it on mine and it's now working fine.
$1.99 at Radioshack

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  • Anonymous Apr 21, 2016

    I replaced mine and it still doesn't turn on. I then got a multimeter and tested both old and new thermal fuse and there's continuity so it looks like both old and new fuse are working. Any idea why else my oven won't turn on?? Thanks.

  • Spottymaldoo Sep 19, 2017

    See it it comes on when you bang the top sharply with your hand - this happened to mine and it was one of the two little relays on the internal circuit board. I ordered two replacements from the part number is Z2352-ND and this is a 10 amp relay, single pole single throw, rated at 250V and driven by 12V, normally open. The same part will replace both relays and the pin spacing is identical - just a soldering job.


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Hi, it appears that the units have a thermal trip, which when blown doesnt allow current to power the board, locate and replace the thermal trip unit located above the power board, pinned to the outside of the oven shrowd and you should have sucess.

Posted on Aug 19, 2012

  • VegasSmitty Jul 09, 2013

    They must have taken out the thermal, all thats inside mine is a circuitboard and there isn't one on it.


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How do you get the over cover completely off? i've unscrewed a bunch of screws and the cover comes off along the bottom and sides but it's still attached at the front.

Posted on Nov 11, 2015

  • Anonymous Jun 10, 2016

    It appears you have to take out nearly all the visible screws (including those weirdly hidden behind metal plates in the feet) slide the back down and off, then reach in with a long magnetic phillips and remove the screws driven into the front margin of the cover from inside.

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    Heres how to disassemble the BOV650XL:

    #1: Remove all screws and feet holding on the outer shell:
    - 10 screws on back
    - 2 screws on bottom along right and left edge
    - 4 feet, 3 screws each. note 2 front feet have 2 screws hidden under rubber insert

    #2: Remove 12 screws on back that hold on the back cover

    #3: slide out the back cover

    #4: using long phillips screwdriver, remove 5 black screws deep inside along edge of control electronics. 2 along top edge, 3 along side edge.

    #5: remove the outer shell by lifting up the back of it and pulling back to release the clips along the top front edge.

    I got the full replacement part at, part number SP0010496

    make sure you use some tool to support the control board while you pull the wire off the lug, and put the new one on. the force required will break the unsupported board if you dont hold it somehow.


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