I was given a Betty Crocker extra wide two slice toaster. on tor there are 3 buttons
1- is to cancel or pop up
the other 2 i have no idea what they are for
they have symbols on the second and third btton
2 looks like a snowflake
3 looks like a piece of bread with heat waves on the bottum
can anyone tell me what function these two buttons have
Excuse my english; french is my first language.
I have the BC-1605C model; on the top there are 3 buttons; cancel button is somewhere else (at the bottom on the front of the toaster)
1= reheat (the waves on the bottom of the piece of bread)your no 3?
2= defrost (snowflake)your no 2?
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Each bay has 3 buttons: Left button: Frozen items (Waffles, etc.)
Center button: Bagel setting ( turns off the outside elements, toasting only the insides of the bagel)
Right button: Cancel (turns off the Frozen and/or the Bagel settings and "pops up" the toast.
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I have the same problem with the same board (KB-3150). The 12v supply is regulated directly from the mains using two large 21 Ohm resistors, a bridge rectifier and a Zenier diode. On my board the resistors and zenier diode have burnt out - they are brown and the PCB is scorched. The components are easy to source and replace, but the toaster is so cheap that it isn't worth paying someone to do the work.