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Wire Rack
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Fix Number FIX12008408
Manufacturer Part Number SP0002651
This Wire Rack is sourced directly from Breville and is an OEM approved replacement part for Breville Toaster Ovens, to ensure this rack fits your appliance please see the "Model Cross Reference List" below. If your current rack is worn, damaged, or rusty, it needs to be replaced. Many customers also choose to buy a second rack to be able to heat multiple items at the same time. The dimensions of the rack are 11.5"L x 14"W, it is made out of metal, and are sold individually.
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Broil Rack (10-inch)
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Fix Number FIX12008403
Manufacturer Part Number SP0002644
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Crumb Tray Assembly
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Fix Number FIX12008409
Manufacturer Part Number SP0002652
Sourced directly from Breville, this Crumb Tray Assembly is an OEM replacement part for select Breville Toaster Ovens. To ensure this will fit your appliance, please see the "Model Cross Reference List" below. The primary purpose of the Crumb Tray is to keep the oven clean and make cleaning effortless. If your Crumb Tray is lost, damaged, or discolored, it needs to be replaced. The Crumb Tray is made of durable metal and is sold individually. The approximate dimensions of this Tray are 14"x11.5".
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Baking Pan
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Fix Number FIX12008402
Manufacturer Part Number SP0002643
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Door Spring
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Fix Number FIX12008682
Manufacturer Part Number SP0010504
This is a genuine manufacturer-approved replacement part used for select models of Breville Smart Ovens, to ensure this part fits your Oven please see the "Model Cross Reference List" below. The spring provides spring action to prevent the door from falling open, as well as keep the door to shut. If your door no longer has enough tension to close correctly, it may be time to replace the Door Spring. This item is made out of metal and is approximately 5" long. This part is also referred to as a Tension Spring. Each spring is sold separately.
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Joyce from CRESTWOOD, KY
Door spring broke allowing door to drop down when opened, and not completely closing during operation
Step 1: Unplug unit
Step 2: Remove feet
Step 3: Remove rear panel (lot of phillips screws)
Step 4: Pull side panel away far enough to remove old spring pieces and install new (I used needle nose pliers to connect spring to door, then stretch other end to hole on back of unit).
Step 5: Reapply rear panel, ensuring top goes behind lip of top cover
Step 6: Reapply feet
Step 7: Note - I believe I removed 32 screws total in order to remove rear panel and side panel to complete job.
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Baking Pan - Square
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Fix Number FIX12008406
Manufacturer Part Number SP0002649
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Spring For Door
Fix Number FIX10312585
Manufacturer Part Number 611228
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Baking Pan
Fix Number FIX10310035
Manufacturer Part Number TOB-135BP
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Crumb Tray
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Fix Number FIX12008663
Manufacturer Part Number SP0010480
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Bottom Element Set Assembly
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Fix Number FIX12008676
Manufacturer Part Number SP0010494
Installation Instructions
Michael from BOTHELL, WA
Glass on the bottom heating element broke and needed replacement.
First step was to remove the outer housing. I flipped the unit over and removed the screws on the feet and bottom panel. This was about 20 screws (note the front feet have a screw to secure a cover strip that covers the screws attaching the feet to the unit). Specifically note that there is a long screw on one of these feet that you need to keep track of and realign into a plate when reassembling. After that, remove all the screws from the back (again, there are a lot of screws to remove, but you will want to remove both those for the outside casing as well as for those securing the back panel). Now you should be able to lift the housing in order to get the back panel off of the unit. The housing will not come off yet because on the side near the front panel controls are a 5 or 6 black screws that secure the housing to the control panel. You need a long screwdriver as the metal housing can be sharp in order to remove these screws. Once undone, you should be able to lift the housing by raising the back first as it has a metal lip on the front. With the tilt, you should be able to remove the housing from the lip. With the housing off, unplug the heater element connector from the circuit panel. You might need a pair of pliers to do this. The other side of the heater element goes into a wire connector that you will need to cut off. I advise cutting off the wire connector versus cutting the wires as there is not a lot of extra wire if you need to re-strip the wire to go into a new connector. You will need to cut at least one of the tie straps to get the wire free. After that, remove the circuit board, should be 4 screws to get access to the heating element. From inside the toaster, remove 2 screws on the other side that fasten a bracket that holds the heating element in place. Removing the heating element was the most difficult challenge as there are two tabs on the side with the circuit board that holds the bulbs in place. I used a really small screwdriver to bend the tabs out so that I could remove the bulbs. Even with this, it took a lot of maneuvering with pliers to get the heads of the heater element free. I suggest goggles and gloves for this piece as I was worried the glass exteriors would break trying to release them. Once you slide the element out, the bracket should be able to slide off the end. Reassembly was more straightforward, but getting the heating element to seat correctly with the tabs was still a chore. Otherwise, the only other challenge was lining up the screws that held the housing to the front panel. A long magnetized screwdriver would be a good recommendation to do that piece. Finally, the one front fit does have a metal bracket that slides and so you need to align that piece before those screws will go in. Read more...

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