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Trying to fix my Oster 6309 and can't seem to remove . . .

My gorgeous copper Oster 6309 is on the fritz. Oster no longer makes or sells the copper model and I'm having a heck of a time finding an affordable replacement so, i've decided to try to fix it. I'm fairly certain it is the selenoid switch but, for the life of me, I can't figure out how to remove the bread carriage/toast lift lever. It appears to have been riveted in place and therefore, unremovable. I'm sure it is just inexperience speaking so I was wondering if anyone could tell me how the lever is removed so that i can get to the "guts" of the toaster. Thanks.

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The lever actually comes off another way, turn the toaster upside down and you will see a small clip holding the handle to the metal arm inside, you can pry it off with aa small screwdriver

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Mine is not working either. I can drop out the bottom and see the circuit board but have no idea what to do next. Mine no longer sensors the toasting time and I burn everything now...

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The push down lever pulls out the side. You may have to apply a little leverage

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