any chance you still have the electronics for the toaster. Mine stopped working. It’s not the heating element. I THINK the issue is one of the components on the circuit board failed. I’ll buy the harness with the PCB from you, if it’s still around. Thanks.
“Pay attention to polarity” Please confirm: the positive lead solders to the PCB at the point marked “VP.” The negative lead solders to the PCB at the point marked “VG.” Correct? Can’t tell from photo. Thanks.
I found it not possible to remove the screw caps cleanly, without messing up the case around the caps. Here’s a new method. This method damages the screw caps, but it keeps the case from getting mangled.
1. Use a spring-loaded center punch to emboss a small dimple in the center of each screw cap.
2. Drill a hole (using a 1/8th-inch bit) in each cap, using the aforementioned dimple to center the bit.
3. Use a small screwdriver shaft to pry out each screw cap, working each cap gently up and out, in a circular motion.
NOTE: The prying action (not to mention the hole you just drilled) will damage the screw caps enough that you probably will end up just tossing them. They serve no functional purpose other than to make replacing the battery more challenging. (Thanks Bose!)
If you do elect to re-install the screw caps, note that they’re keyed uniquely (in pairs). They are not interchangeable.
I tossed mine.
Sobald er das hat, wird er in der Lage sein, eine Grafik zu seiner im Laufe der Zeit erlangten Reputation zu sehen.
Hier ist eine Vorschau, wie die Grafik aussehen wird:
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