I have an old Oster Toaster Oven, Model #6233, from about 2005. After emitting a plastic-burning smell for awhile, an internal component went up in smoke and fire (see attached pic).
The part is so burnt, I can't get a part # off of it.
It has (had) two wires connected at one end, and one at the other. Two of the wires go to the selector control (off/warm/broil/bake/toast).
Checking things with my ohm meter, the part seems to be part of the "Bake" function.
Does anybody have any idea what it is? High wattage rectifier maybe?