Introduction

This guide gives you information on how to repair a broken transformator in an AFK 70327 Toaster. The estimated repair time is around 30 minutes and the level of difficulty is moderate.

Five tools are needed for this repair:

- tweezers

- pliers

- cross headed screwdriver

- triangular screwdriver

- soldering iron

Good luck!

Image 1/3: Turn the toaster upside down. Be aware that (a lot of) crumbs can fall out if you haven’t cleaned it before Image 2/3: Take out the four screws that have a triangular hole in their top Image 3/3: Take out the four screws that have a triangular hole in their top
  • Unplug the toaster.

  • Turn the toaster upside down. Be aware that (a lot of) crumbs can fall out if you haven’t cleaned it before

  • Take out the four screws that have a triangular hole in their top

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Image 1/2: (the black side of the toaster that doesn’t have the stop button and the turning knob) Image 2/2: (the black side of the toaster that doesn’t have the stop button and the turning knob)
  • Remove the black part of the casing by sliding it up

  • (the black side of the toaster that doesn’t have the stop button and the turning knob)

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Image 1/2: The rods were bended in a 90 degree angle to prevent the rods from being able to slide and move. Image 2/2: The rods were bended in a 90 degree angle to prevent the rods from being able to slide and move.
  • Bend the two slim metal rods/stips that appear when the casing comes off straight.

  • The rods were bended in a 90 degree angle to prevent the rods from being able to slide and move.

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Image 1/3: Image 2/3: Image 3/3:
  • Remove the two wire frames on the top of the toaster.

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Image 1/2: To be able to reach the rod the two parts of the casing need to be pushed away from each other. Image 2/2: To be able to reach the rod the two parts of the casing need to be pushed away from each other.
  • Pull out the long metal rod between the black and metal casing components.

  • To be able to reach the rod the two parts of the casing need to be pushed away from each other.

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Image 1/2: The platform that earlier contained the metal rod has two metal strips bended inward, bend those outwards. Image 2/2: When doing this, the spring that is caught in these strips will get loosened and can be removed.
  • Still push the two casing parts away from each other.

  • The platform that earlier contained the metal rod has two metal strips bended inward, bend those outwards.

  • When doing this, the spring that is caught in these strips will get loosened and can be removed.

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Image 1/1: Remove the last Phillips head screw.
  • Pull the two parts of the casing apart.

  • Remove the last Phillips head screw.

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Image 1/3: Connect and install the new transformer. Image 2/3: Connect and install the new transformer. Image 3/3: Connect and install the new transformer.
  • Now the electronic parts are clearly visible and easy to reach. The broken transformer can be disconnected and removed

  • Connect and install the new transformer.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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