How to Open a Russell Hobbs Glass Toaster

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A toaster with a elegant design, the Russell Hobbs glass toaster does not look like the traditional metallic box in many kitchens. This artistic toaster combines fashion with functionality and produces perfectly toasted bread, bagel halves and English muffin halves. All models of the Russell Hobbs glass toaster use the same instructions. Opening the toaster to access the bread inside requires using the ejection system on the glass toaster. You will also need to open the toaster's crumb tray to clean it and prevent fires.

Skill level:
Easy

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Things you need

  • Russell Hobbs glass toaster
  • Damp washcloth

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Plug in the toaster. Insert bread into the slot in the toaster, select the darkness and press down the handle on the side.

  2. 2

    Press the ejection button, which resembles a triangle over a line, if your bread does not automatically pop up at the end of the cycle or you wish to remove it sooner.

  3. 3

    Alternatively, open the toaster by pulling the handle on the side into the up position to lift the bread and pop it out higher than if you used the ejection button.

  4. 4

    Unplug the toaster after use, and wait for it to cool completely.

  5. 5

    Pull on the crumb tray handle at the bottom of the toaster.

  6. 6

    Tap the crumb tray out over a trash bin, and wipe it down with a damp washcloth before sliding the tray back into place.

Tips and warnings

  • Remove bread that has jammed by unplugging the toaster, letting it cool and pulling out the bread with a pair of wooden chopsticks.
  • Do not attempt any other means to open the Russell Hobbs glass toaster, as other methods to access the inside could put you at risk of electric shock.

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