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Judith Lievens<br />
parts<br />
Parts<br />Shell<br />
Parts<br />Shell -Handle<br />
Shell – Switch&Options<br />Parts<br />Stop – Reheat – Defrost – Bagel<br />
Parts<br />Shell - Slots<br />
Parts<br />Bottom and cord<br />
Parts<br />CrumbTray<br />
Parts<br />Inside<br />Lever<br />Plastic tab<br />Contacts<br />Metal tab<br />Electromagnet<br />Springs<br />Selfpositi...
Parts<br />Inside<br />Lever<br />Plastic tab<br />Contacts<br />Metal tab<br />Electromagnet<br />Springs<br />Selfpositi...
Parts<br />Inside<br />Lever<br />Plastic tab<br />Contacts<br />Metal tab<br />Electromagnet<br />Springs<br />Selfpositi...
Parts<br />Inside<br />Lever<br />Plastic tab<br />Contacts<br />Metal tab<br />Electromagnet<br />Springs<br />Selfpositi...
Parts<br />Inside<br />Lever<br />Plastic tab<br />Contacts<br />Metal tab<br />Electromagnet<br />Springs<br />Selfpositi...
Parts<br />Inside<br />Lever<br />Plastic tab<br />Contacts<br />Metal tab<br />Electromagnet<br />Springs<br />Selfpositi...
Parts<br />Inside<br />Lever<br />Plastic tab<br />Contacts<br />Metal tab<br />Electromagnet<br />Springs<br />Selfpositi...
Parts<br />Inside<br />Lever<br />Plastic tab<br />Contacts<br />Metal tab<br />Electromagnet<br />Springs<br />Selfpositi...
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  1. 1. Judith Lievens<br />
  2. 2. parts<br />
  3. 3. Parts<br />Shell<br />
  4. 4. Parts<br />Shell -Handle<br />
  5. 5. Shell – Switch&Options<br />Parts<br />Stop – Reheat – Defrost – Bagel<br />
  6. 6. Parts<br />Shell - Slots<br />
  7. 7. Parts<br />Bottom and cord<br />
  8. 8. Parts<br />CrumbTray<br />
  9. 9. Parts<br />Inside<br />Lever<br />Plastic tab<br />Contacts<br />Metal tab<br />Electromagnet<br />Springs<br />Selfpositioning slot<br />PCB<br />The lever is connected to the handleon the outside of the shell<br />
  10. 10. Parts<br />Inside<br />Lever<br />Plastic tab<br />Contacts<br />Metal tab<br />Electromagnet<br />Springs<br />Selfpositioning slot<br />PCB<br />Whenpusheddownwards, the plastic tab closes the contacts of the electrical circuit because of itsshape.<br />
  11. 11. Parts<br />Inside<br />Lever<br />Plastic tab<br />Contacts<br />Metal tab<br />Electromagnet<br />Springs<br />Selfpositioning slot<br />PCB<br />The contacts are closedwhen the plastic tab is pushed down.<br />They close the electrical circuit and launch the toasting process.<br />
  12. 12. Parts<br />Inside<br />Lever<br />Plastic tab<br />Contacts<br />Metal tab<br />Electromagnet<br />Springs<br />Selfpositioning slot<br />PCB<br />The metal tab, when down, is attracted to anelectromagnet and keepseverythingbelowduring the toastingprocess. <br />
  13. 13. Parts<br />Inside<br />Lever<br />Plastic tab<br />Contacts<br />Metal tab<br />Electromagnet<br />Springs<br />Selfpositioning slot<br />PCB<br />When the electrical circuit is activated, the electromagnet is charged and attracts the metal tab.<br />
  14. 14. Parts<br />Inside<br />Lever<br />Plastic tab<br />Contacts<br />Metal tab<br />Electromagnet<br />Springs<br />Selfpositioning slot<br />PCB<br />There are twosprings, onethat is undertensionwhen the lever is lowered and pulls everything back up.<br />The otheroneworks as a bumper<br />
  15. 15. Parts<br />Inside<br />Lever<br />Plastic tab<br />Contacts<br />Metal tab<br />Electromagnet<br />Springs<br />Selfpositioning slot<br />PCB<br />Whenpushed down, thisselfpositioning system clamps the breadsoit’spositioned in the middle of the slot.<br />
  16. 16. Parts<br />Inside<br />Lever<br />Plastic tab<br />Contacts<br />Metal tab<br />Electromagnet<br />Springs<br />Selfpositioning slot<br />PCB<br />The Printed Circuit Board thatbringseverything in motion.<br />
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