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The toaster will enter standby mode after 30 seconds if a button is not pressed or the browning control slide The toaster will beep three times with low volume.


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My Breville toaster oven keeps giving off three beeps when off. Even when unplugged. Any ideas why and what to do - Miscellaneous.


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As long as you have enough space on your counter to have a four inch radius around the larger oven, then you might as well get the large version. I tried the knobs, and they are indeed different, so I see what people are talking aboutthe compact oven gives definitive clicks when you change settings, but the large one does turn more freely. They bought the big one much earlier this fall, because the brick-and-mortar Williams-Sonoma stores only carry the big one hereso it wasn't marked off on the registry as purchased, because technically it was a different item. So, it looks like the preheat is OK on my unit or maybe for this particular dish it's just not critical to preheat all the way for it to still bake as expected. It's a nice outcome, though, given that we now own three Breville appliancesmakes me feel more confident about that! Wait for Breville to resolve it? The top getting very hot is what the bamboo cutting board is for. IdeaChat Video - Kitchen Gadgets - 2. There are people who complain about anything just to complain.. The compact one was on our registry, and we received it last month. I never paid much attention to this. We're outside of the return period on their giftbut not on the compact oven. I would like it better if the rack slid out automatically, thoughthis is an issue though not a dealbreaker where we're using the oven now a temporary "kitchen" in our dining room because I never have a potholder handy to pull it out so I'm constantly sticking forks in great I don't expect this to be anywhere near as much of an issue in normal kitchen use, though, and still prefer the oven without that feature that toasts properly to the ovens that have it but don't toast the main issue we had with the others we tried out. If you don't have that room then get the smaller oven and use your regular oven if you need to bake things that don't fit in it. Fast forward to today, when we saw some good friends and they gave us a belated wedding giftthe big Breville oven! The review about the dials said it's hard to land on a setting because the knob moves so loosely with no heft resistance or indentation clicks to securely reach a setting. Will test soon. I just checked my Breville and what mnerg said is right on. If you get the large model, reviews say the preheat beep goes off about minute before the set temperature is really reached. Who knew that would be such an issue, but we tried several new toaster ovens that could not toast to save their lives. I just tried out the oven a few minutes ago. The feet resist heat. I can both feel and hear the click. Not a big deal. The automatic slide out rack is nice, but since you can only use it when the rack is in the middle position, that was not enough reason to buy it by itself. Not a big deal at all. What to do?? Regardless, the rack doesn't come out automatically when the rack is in the broil position anyways. You set the time, hit preheat, set the temp, and then it preheats and once preheated, cooks for that amount of time. So we have an interesting development In fact, it isn't even near temperature for minutes after the preheat beep, which explains why things have taken so much longer to cook! We love ours. One thing I've learned, no matter what product you pick - you will find some bad reviews - either because people got a defective product or because you can't design a product that will please everybody. The info about the slideout rack was especially useful, since with the compact one we use the rack primarily in the bottom position anyway.

I read reviews on Amazon and William Sonoma sites and the compact oven doesn't slide tray out automatically like the larger model. I also like breville toaster oven beeping they put the little bumpers on the side and back of the compact version to make sure you don't put it too close to the wall--dunno if the big one has this.

I breville toaster oven beeping limited counter space, but the difference in size between the two didn't make a difference between anything fitting or not fitting on the counter, so I went with larger oven to get more interior size and convection.

Breville toaster oven beeping knobs do turn without resistance but I don't think it's a problem.

The only thing that concerns me is that the top gets very hot when the oven is used. I wasn't even aware that there was an issue with the preheat. My husband did measure the energy source, though, and over two days it was still zero, so it doesn't seem to have breville toaster oven beeping phantom power issues, at least The knobs on my check this out Breville do click.

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The William Sonoma I went to had both ovens. I had no such experience - initial burn-in was fine with no smell. The reviewer days Breville knows about the preheat issue and will fix it in future new or revised models. Other reviews say the knobs are mushy without precise smooth clicks when you turn them and you would expect better at this price. They were pretty gracious about it and let me exchange it as long as I used the full credit today. Overall I'm still remarkably pleased with the oven. You will often need to use the lower rack position and then the magnet used to pull out the rack is of no benefit. I gave that up early on and it's been fine to just leave it at the bake position for everything. When I first turn the knob, it takes a second to start to register--a very small lag that is a very small annoyance. This one just pulls out. Also do not know how preheat beep relates to oven temp yet. I usually leave the toaster oven door open when broiling, to let moisture escape, so I'm not sure I'd want the rack to ''automatically'' slide out when the door is opened. I bought a frozen casserole dish, preheated the oven and then inserted the dish within a minute or two after the preheat beep, baked it for the exact time time on the package and it came out great. Ok - I just bought the large Breville toaster oven and I'm very pleased. Read reviews on Amazon with a grain of salt. I looked through the manual and I don't think they recommend opening the door for broiling. As a further update: I got an email today from Breville that they are replacing our compact toaster oven for the preheat temperature problem! The bamboo cutting board about 16" by 11" is a nice accessory. We got the little one solely for its size, knowing that we were giving up the convection feature. I emailed Breville a couple of days ago to see what to do. Liked that it had some physical knobs instead of lots of buttons. We have the compact, and I like it on balance. I have the compact oven, and while it would be nice if it had the auto pull-out rack, it's not a make or break feature for us. The knobs turn smoothly but there are small click and you can feel and hear. Any thoughts on this? I don't know if I would have spent this much on a toaster oven on my own ours was a registry gift but am glad I have it, if that helps any! I would prefer the compact model since it saves counter space, but then you lose one of the best features which is the rack that comes out automatically with the door opening. Return it for the temp issues? I wish it just had a physical timer instead of getting all digital; then these two things could be modified concurrently. There was also a review about how after 3 days, the oven still smelled from burn-in and was unusable. I checked with Breville about the preheat before buying it and they said, that like ALL ovens, the oven will beep when the thermostat reaches temperature but that you still need a bit more time for the temperature to stabilize throughout the oven. People who buy now are just stuck with the flaw. I'm thinking before I try to go deal with W-S, I need to know what we'd ideally like in the end. This is not a flaw and they are not planning any fixes. The William Sonoma reviewer says the rep told him their engineers are "working on" the preheat issue for next generation models. I picked up the larger Breville toaster oven at William Sonoma yesterday. Things I like: - Great size--not too big a footprint, but can fit full casserole pans and pies. I'll stop by the local William Sonoma and play with one if they have a display model. The feet are made of silicone on the bottom, to resist heat. You have to be careful. My complaints are mostly just nitty gritty thingsnothing that makes me regret buying it: - You're supposed to move the rack for different functions. But then, it does have the automatic rack thing Small kitchen with counter space at a premium, though. The rack on the large oven only slides out automatically on the toaster middle position. It's a nice dilemma to have, but we need to decide which we'd rather have, all else being equaland all else not being equal i. The automatic slide out is only a magnet on the door and the tray. The few times I've used the oven, I've let it preheat an extra 10 minutes and things cook fine - even get done early due to convection. In the end, major differences came down to convection and size. We did not want to give up the counter space required for the bigger one, so the compact is a good fit in that regard. It is a good accessory. I do wonder why they didn't do the pullout rack, though, given that the big oven has it so they clearly had it in mindmaybe presented a design challenge? We got them out side by side and decided the bigger one was just a little too big for our needs, so decided to see what W-S had to say. Yes, it's stupid that ALL toaster ovens don't have this feature, but I've had toaster ovens with and without this feature over the years, and have adjusted fine to either one.