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I found it! In the manual that came with the toaster (and not the one online), I found the following instructions:

1. To turn the indicator beep OFF: Press both [TOAST] and [BAGEL] keys and hold for 5 seconds.
2. to turn the indicator beep ON: Repeat the above process.

Note - if you lose power or unplug the unit, the beep comes back, so keep these instructions handy. :)

Waring Tco650... | Answered on May 12, 2020


Replacing requires some soldering skills.
1. Remove two screws in bottom end and pull off the bottom sheath.
2. Remove six rubber plugs that camouflage six screws.
3. Remove the six screws. The opener will come apart in halves and the motor assembly may drop free but will still be connected so be a little careful. Take note of the orientation of the larger spring near the bottom and the positions of fittings that mate with the shell.
4. Unsolder two leads connected to the old battery pack and remove it.
5. Now you have options for replacing the battery pack. The pack consists of four Nickel Metal Hydride batteries connected in series.
a. Buy replacements (I didn't do this so I don't know if a pack is available that is already assembled). You might have to buy four same-size batteries and assemble the pack yourself. You can determine size by cutting the shrink wrap away from the battery pack to expose the actual batteries.
b. Buy standard AA (or AAA) cells, rechargeable (Nickel Metal Hydride) cells that are readily available everywhere.
6. (Unnecessary if you found a pre-assembled pack). Assemble a battery pack by soldering battery terminal to battery terminal such that all four batteries are in series. You can arrange adjacent batteries with a plus terminal and a minus terminal next to each other. You can make the four batteries into a pack by winding them with electrical tape.
7. (Unnecessary if you chose step 5A). Using a sharp knife or a Dremel tool, whittle away most of three ribs that are formed into the plastic shell. There are two ribs to do in one of the shell halves and one(+) rib in the other shell half. The (+) rib is near the connector block mounted under the operating switch and you can decide how much of it to whittle away also. The objective is to get the new battery pack to fit in the shell halves when they are re-assembled.
8. Solder the plus(red) wire and the minus(black) wire to the new battery pack -- those are the two wires removed in step 4.
9. Add padding if you desire to keep the battery pack from rattling around inside the shells.
10. Reassemble the shells and the bottom sheath.
11. Enjoy your wine.

Waring Pro WO50... | Answered on Apr 17, 2020


Waring would be a possible source.

Waring Kitchen... | Answered on Dec 24, 2019


If you Google your query you will be able to find the manufacturer, they should be able to help you with a manual for this model. I hope this is of some help.

Waring 6001... | Answered on Oct 16, 2019


Could be liquid contamination on the electronic control board. It might dry out, it might not.

Waring Coffee... | Answered on Oct 02, 2019


If you think you need to replace it, first make sure you can get the part.
then look for a parts breakdown at an online parts store. If that doesn't help you will have to hunt and peck to figure it out. Do not be too aggressive, though after all these years things will be stuck.

Waring Blenders | Answered on Sep 14, 2019


If it is a removable cord, you will get one in a good electrical shop, or online by describing the connector.

If hard wired, you can buy a plug with wire attached at home depot and fix it yourself by removing the place where the wire goes in.

https://www.google.com/search?q=new+cord+for+my+old+Waring+Steam+Chef+CS510

This shows the model. It has a special bespoke connector
https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/waring-steam-chef-cs510-model-11cs12-253544648

You can get a new, used on one for 20 bucks.
https://www.ebay.com/c/1301639892

Waring Kitchen... | Answered on Jul 09, 2019


Reed valves and flapper valves manufacturer: www.pgmetalcomp.com

Waring Wine... | Answered on May 02, 2019


The reset can trip if there is a short circuit or the unit is over-heating. Either condition is dangerous. Unless you can locate the problem, for safety reasons suggest replace the entire unit with a new one.

Waring Kitchen... | Answered on Apr 23, 2019


SmallAppliance.com has the part you need. Waring is no help at all. They only sell the replacement blade! Go to this web site: http://www.smallappliance.com/product.asp?pid=5147&cur=USD&cam=waring_parts&sid=18956&mid=34&gid=18971&prdCls=P&PartsPaNu=1&shopBy=Brand
and get the part. Thankfully they carry the motor gear you need. I had nothing but frustration dealing with Waring trying to get this part. Finally a nice Waring tech told me about smallappliance.com. Good Luck!

Waring Food... | Answered on Mar 09, 2019


Linkco perhaps. That may be a general supplier.

Waring Kitchen... | Answered on Jan 19, 2019


Kudos to the person(s) that identified the safety switch on the housing. Mine would not turn on because the switch would not depress, perhaps the plastic insertion piece on the frame was a little off. I tried wedging aluminum foil and plastic etc, but if you don't depress the black button in the middle of that white shroud on the switch exactly right, it won't work.
My solution was to permanently attach a 1/2 inch deck screw thru the housing so that the screw tip keeps the switch depressed always.
Turn the unit on its left side, use a very small bit to make a pilot for your screw. Very carefully and slowly screw down until the tip activates the switch. I don't believe there is a circuit board or anything in the vicinity, and I left mine plugged in so I would know when I hit paydirt. Caveat emptor and good luck!
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Waring Kitchen... | Answered on Dec 22, 2018


go to fastenal hardware or any store that sells hardware to match one up

Waring Kitchen... | Answered on Dec 19, 2018


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