Oster Toaster Oven | Model 6233 | c. 2005


Oster Toaster Oven | Model 6233 | c. 2005

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Hello,

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? 

Thank you,
Bud 


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UPDATE:

Figured I'd post this update in case anybody happens upon this in the future. Earlier tonight I had some free time, so I went up in the attic and found a couple FR603 diodes, 200V, 6A. I put them both in parallel in place of the fried mystery component. Not sure it matters, but I placed the anodes to the single wire, which I found by my meter to be the hot side of the AC line. Needed my 140W iron to solder them in place, but the fix worked fine.

Reason I used two was because that was the biggest diode I could find and it was still smaller than the original part. So I doubled them to make sure the replacement could handle the current.

Hope this helps somebody someday.


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