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The inside bushing is bad. You will need to replace the fan motor.
The high temps wirrling around the fan dries out the bushing.

Breville Toaster... | Answered on Feb 18, 2019


This is FIXYA. You have mistakenly posted a question on the internet, but it is not a FIXYA toaster.

FIXYA does not sell or service toasters.

Ask of trusted friend or relative to help you find out where you can get assistance with you toaster, or return it to the store you purchased it from.

Toaster Ovens | Answered on Feb 14, 2019


yes, you can with any oven, 100'F for a couple of hours.

Breville Toaster... | Answered on Feb 06, 2019


on the manufacturer website

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Toaster Ovens | Answered on Feb 06, 2019


If I have the model number correct ... that is a fairly deep oven that has multiple heating elements. One of your elements may have died, resulting in lower temperatures.

Black & Decker... | Answered on Jan 15, 2019


Likely the upper element has failed or the contact for it has failed. Either way, likely not worth repairing.

Hamilton Beach... | Answered on Jan 12, 2019


Contact Oster and while inquiring about the rack also ask for a manual.

Oster Toaster... | Answered on Jan 08, 2019


Google (krups)(fem213)(manual) without parens.

Krups Toaster... | Answered on Jan 06, 2019


Do you still need top elements or do you still have your GE 169104 oven?

GE 168947... | Answered on Jan 03, 2019


I found the answer (see below) posted on another web site. I followed the instructions and replaced the spring. I found, as the original poster had, that the new spring works better than the original and is much more sturdy. To the original instructions, I would add the following:

1) There are about 20 screws so have patience removing and replacing the screws.
2) Step 3, "Slide off the rear panel" requires further clarification as the panel will not slide off even with all screws removed. I had to turn the oven over, with the top of the oven sitting on the work table. I then used a screw driver to lift the two tabs that hold the back panel to the bottom panel. With the tabs lifted, the back panel will rotate away from the oven along the edge where back panel slides into the top panel. The back panel can then be slid out. I have included three photos that show this step.
3) Step 7, "Re-attach feet": Be sure to use the guides on the bottom of the oven to slide the foot assembly onto the oven. I had unsuccessfully tried to screw the feet onto the oven without using the guides.

Oringinal instructions for replacing the broken spring:

Just repaired this yesterday.

Got a spring from Lowes (Hillman Part # 543028 for about $4), it's larger than the original but seems much sturdier, original is really thin metal. Fit the space provided without problem.

Oddly, end result was a more 'giving' spring action, prefer it to original, which loved to snap shut unless door was 100% opened (ie fully 90 degree open).

This is for BOV800XL:
1. Remove all rear screws
2. Remove feet entirely
3. Slide off rear panel
4. I was not able to remove top housing - but I was able to gently pry sides open just enough to thread the new spring with a little ingenuity and effort. Watch out for sharp metal edges everywhere.
5. Slide back in (remember that top edge goes under the top edge/lip)
6. Put all screws back in
7. Re-attach feet

Good luck!

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Breville... | Answered on Dec 31, 2018


Vr2020 is unable to suggest sources for Euro-Pro trays.

Euro-Pro Toaster... | Answered on Dec 30, 2018


The door of the Hamilton Beach Model 03008 or similar toaster oven does not stay closed when the door return spring or the hook it connects to breaks. The repair is very simple and takes just a few minutes!
The door spring is about 1 inch long and connects to a small clip on the inside of the left side panel of the unit. To see the small clip and the door spring, you simply remove the left side panel of the toaster oven which is done by removing just one screw.
The mounting clip on the side panel for the door return spring is located about half way up the side panel near its front edge.
The other end of the spring (its bottom end) connects to a metal hook. If the spring is not connected on its bottom end then the wire hook is broken. This is a simple repair that only requires a few inches of metal wire.
The other end of the metal hook (its bottom end) is connected to the bottom of the door hinge where it inserts into a small hole in the left side mounting hinge of the door.
When the steel hook breaks on either end then the spring cannot function, so the door does not stay closed.
To fix this problem, you simply get a piece of steel wire that is about 1/16 inch thick and a few inches long.
Bend the wire to make a hook at one end that the spring will connect to.
Then insert the other end of the wire into the small hole on the left side mounting hinge of the door. Then bend the wire on the inside of the hole to make a U or hook so the wire stays mounted in the hole of the door hinge.
Then adjust the position of the bend on the other end of the metal wire so the spring will have good tension when it is attached to the hook and to the clip on the side panel.
To do this you make the U shaped bend on this end of the wire to be about 1/2 inch from the end of the open end of the spring when the top end of the spring is attached to the mounting clip on the side panel.
To attach the spring to the wire hook, first remove the spring from the mounting clip. Then hook the spring onto the hook (bend) you made at the top end of the wire, then just stretch the spring to connect it to the mounting clip. The door will now stay closed.

Hamilton Beach... | Answered on Dec 22, 2018


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Toaster Ovens | Answered on Dec 21, 2018

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