We have a Convection Toaster Oven Broiler and the lables are
We have a Convection Toaster Oven Broiler and the lables are coming off the selection buttons. Can we get replacement to attach to the oven?JA: Just to clarify, what's the make and model of the appliance? And has it done this before?Customer: It's a Cuisinart Deluxe Convection Toaster Oven Broiler Model TOB 135N bought in Dec . No this is a new oven and has not been scrubbed for cleaning.JA: Do you plan on doing the work yourself?Customer: It would be fine as this should be something we could do.JA: Anything else we should know to help you best?Customer: Can we get the labels?
I have a 2006 whirlpool oven. Regular model, not fancy. Didn't
I have a 2006 whirlpool oven. Regular model, not fancy. Didn't use much. Super clean.Excellent condition. (Since we are a small family, I used a small toaster oven most of the time.) But, the tenant turned on the Auto clean button last week, and the light couldn't be shut off. He didn't pay attention to the oven after he turned on the auto clean button. Now, the oven isn't heating up any more, but the top stove still works.I went to check 3 days ago. First, I turned off the circuit breaker, and let it sit for a while. I then turned back on the circuit breaker and hopefully, the oven light can be turned off. But NO. Then, I dug out the manual and tried to play around the buttons. I finally figured out how to shut off the oven lights. I simply pressed auto clean button again and then pushed START button, and then the oven light was off. But, the pad/screen kept showing the " door is on, not closed". But, the door is closed. Like I mentioned earlier, the oven is in an excellent condition. The door latch looks good too. But why it kept saying the door is on, needed to close the door. Do we need to reprogram the computer/oven? How do we do now? Pls help!
High School or GED
My whirlpool accubake oven hasn't worked in years because it
My whirlpool accubake oven hasn't worked in years because it quit heating past 200 degrees. We immediately had the heating element tested and it tested fine. We have also changed a fuse in the back to no avail. Needless to say we have been using a large toaster oven ...
I have a Krups Pro Chef Plus Toaster Oven. Everything still
I have a Krups Pro Chef Plus Toaster Oven. Everything still works great, but the button that you push down to make toast no longer sticks. When you push it down, it comes right back up without latching, so you have to closely watch the bread inside. It used to hold down and after a time pop up and ding a bell.Is it possible to repair this? If so, what is the name of the faulty part?
Our microwave is on a dedicated circuit with a 20 amp fuse.
Our microwave is on a dedicated circuit with a 20 amp fuse. But when we turn it on (to cook frozen meals as per the instructions on the box for instance), the microwave works for 90 seconds or so and then turns itself off and then back on about one second later. The fuse is not blown and the circuit is fine. The wiring for that circuit was put in less than a year ago and has been checked by another independent electrician. The voltage at the outlets (two on this dedicated circuit) stays between 115 and 118 when we have the microwave on and turn on a toaster oven on a different circuit in the kitchen.We are now on our third microwave (damaged over time from this process we guess) and still the same issue. Any suggestions?
Master Appliance Repair Technician
Vocational, Technical or Trade Scho