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Thread: O/T: Electric toaster oven issue.

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    Default O/T: Electric toaster oven issue.

    We have this nice lil toaster oven now cause the kids have moved on and dont need the big gas oven on.

    Darn it! Bronwyn, my Wife was going to use it today and it went dead.

    No fried electronic smeel. It just died as she was letting it go through its heating up cycle (preheat). And it just turned off. I let it cool, checked the receptacles, looked for a rest button on the unit itself (lol, we used to have those).

    Nothing, dead in the water.

    Before I open her up do my best is there any info that that you might know of. I am gonna look for an internal fusing system. My best bet.

    Any info would be appreciated. JR



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    Hate to tell you how many microwaves I've rescued from dumpsters and all they needed was a new fuse on the main circuit board. They are soldered on, not snap in. Thats where I'd start. Trace the hot side of the power in and see where you stop. Have fun. Next place I'd look is at the heating elements. See if you have a Johnstone supply around, or a independent app!iance parts distributor.
    Last edited by Corbettprime; 09-01-2019 at 09:59 PM.

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    does the lcd come on or not?

    if not then something broke on the control board. if you can hear a relay click on then either the heating element open circuited or a fuse blew, or the relay failed.

    sometimes the heating elements die if the toaster oven is dumped off the side of the counter while it is hot. the coils all slide to one side in the quartz tube and then overheat and burn out. you don't need to buy new one, just cut out the failed section and twist it back together. the increased wattage will be compensated for by the pid controller in the system, the coils don't actually get that hot in those systems.

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    A Google search of:
    Code:
    breville toaster oven bov845bss fuse
    turned up this:
    https://smallacrehaven.wordpress.com...x-it-yourself/

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    Quote Originally Posted by JRouche View Post
    We have this nice lil toaster oven now cause the kids have moved on and dont need the big gas oven on... and it went dead.
    You never changed the original oil, right?

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    I was going to post the same info that RichR posted!
    You can get the part off Amazon for a couple of dollars. Used to be able to get it locally from Radio Shack before they went away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glug View Post
    You never changed the original oil, right?
    LOL. Now that was funny.

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    [QUOTE=Glug;1253603]You never changed the original oil, right?[/QUOTE

    Hahaaaa.. I was gonna go there next. I thought it was the filter. Thanks Man. JR
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    Quote Originally Posted by johansen View Post
    does the lcd come on or not?
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    Not even an LCD. I am going to try your ideas. Thanks!! JR
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    There's a giant hole in your plug

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