My 1988 toaster works fine BUT the radiant control slide is at the absolute minimum and is still sometimes too dark. I know there is a secondary adjustment but under the handle at the end all I can see is a hex head bolt with what looks like an Allen key centre.... Is this the secondary adjustment?
There is a secondary adjusting screw under the radiant adjustment knob. The adjustment knob only allows about 180 degrees of adjustment left and right. Pull the knob out and off. You should see an adjustment screw on the knobs shaft. The secondary adjustment screw now allows full turn adjustments left and right. Turn screw left or right in small increments to fine tune. When satisfied with the adjustment, insert knob back onto stem. Knob does not pull off on the VT60 model that uses a push button to lower toast.
sunbeam radiant toasters?I have 2 that need repair. One is mine the other my deceased parents'. One doesn't turn off at all ( I must pull the plug to stop the toasting and the second releases the toast prematurely and I have to put the bread in 3 times to get toast. Any suggestions?...Click here for the repair.
sunbeam toaster?When I plug my radiant T-35 in, it automatically comes on without putting anything in it. I have to unplug it to have the toast pop back up, is there anything I can adjust or do to solve this, or just throw away the toaster....Click here for the fix.
Why radient toaster continues operation?My Sunbeam Radiant Control toaster VT 40-1 will toast , cuts off and toast rises but immediately the toast descends to toast again. It again rises to go down again - and again. I have adjusted the screw under the crumb tray to no avail. Are my corrections not right? Is an adjustment necessary on...Click here for the repair.
sunbeam toaster old chrome radiant control model T 20 B?Will not remain switched off. Continually turns itself on briefly and off again. When toast is inserted works just fine....Click here for the repair.
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