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post #16 of (permalink) Old 07-03-2014
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I burnt my toast this morning. Anybody have any idea how to fix that?
Yes, it's easy. I've even successfully accomplished it. Though, it took a few tries.
1: turn the heat range knob on the toaster 2 lines counter clockwise.
2: Obtain 2 fresh slices of bread of your choice.( heat may need to be adjusted based on bread type, so you might want to have a pair of spares handy)
3:Insert toast in toaster
4: Depress toaster lever
5: Wait patiently until your perfectly toasted slices pop up.
6: Slather in your spread of choice.
I hope this helps. Good luck!

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To depress my toaster lever I just call it fat and lazy.

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Yes, it's easy. I've even successfully accomplished it. Though, it took a few tries.
1: turn the heat range knob on the toaster 2 lines counter clockwise.
2: Obtain 2 fresh slices of bread of your choice.( heat may need to be adjusted based on bread type, so you might want to have a pair of spares handy)
3:Insert toast in toaster
4: Depress toaster lever
5: Wait patiently until your perfectly toasted slices pop up.
6: Slather in your spread of choice.
I hope this helps. Good luck!
Nice write-up!! Can someone sticky this please!

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Uh...not so fast my friends. Before making it a "Sticky" we need to correct line 3. You place bread in the toaster,not toast.If it was already toast you wouldn't need to toast it. That is,unless of course,you didn't set the controls correctly in the first place.
This could lead to mass confusion.



*This makes me think of all the people who call a "water heater" a "hot water heater".
It is,in fact,a "cold water heater". If the water was hot,you wouldn't need to heat it.
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Yes, it's easy. I've even successfully accomplished it. Though, it took a few tries.
1: turn the heat range knob on the toaster 2 lines counter clockwise.
2: Obtain 2 fresh slices of bread of your choice.( heat may need to be adjusted based on bread type, so you might want to have a pair of spares handy)
3:Insert toast in toaster
4: Depress toaster lever
5: Wait patiently until your perfectly toasted slices pop up.
6: Slather in your spread of choice.
I hope this helps. Good luck!
lol, this is so interesting
By the way, do you have a toaster ?


Guys, frankly speaking, I remember that professional toasters don't burn the bread, however, they cost much that's why these toasters don't burn the toast
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lol, this is so interesting
By the way, do you have a toaster ?


Guys, frankly speaking, I remember that professional toasters don't burn the bread, however, they cost much that's why these toasters don't burn the toast
Talking about toasters - man, I saw some crazy 6 slices toasters. They are meant for commercial usage but having one of them at home would be wonderful. I showed it to my wife and now a can't stop her talking about toasters. One of these days I'll order it. Every morning we eat a lot of toasted bread, our day cannot start without it so having a toaster that toasts 6 pieces at once is a must. It's not only me and her, but we also have 2 sons. And a dog, to not forget him, which eats 2 slices also. The toaster I saw is from ianboer.com.au.
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