the Toast Control™
Instruction Book - Suits all LTA620, LTA650 & LTA670 Models
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Contents
2 IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
7Components
8Functions
10 Care & Cleaning/Storage
IMPORTANT
SAFEGUARDS
At Breville we are very safety
conscious. We design and
manufacture consumer
products with the safety of you,
our valued customer, foremost
in mind. In addition we ask
that you exercise a degree of
care when using any electrical
appliance and adhere to the
following precautions.
BREVILLE
RECOMMENDS
SAFETY FIRST
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS
BEFORE USE AND SAVE
FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
•Remove and safely discard
any packaging material and
promotional labels before
using the toaster for the first
time.
•To eliminate a choking hazard
for young children, remove and
safely discard the protective
cover fitted to the power plug
of this toaster.
•Do not place the toaster near
the edge of a bench or table
during operation. Ensure the
surface is level, clean and free
of water and other substances.
•Do not operate the toaster on a
sink drain board.
•Do not place the toaster on
or near a hot gas or electric
burner, or where it could touch
a heated oven.
•Keep the toaster clear of
walls and other heat sensitive
materials such as cloths and
curtains.
•Always ensure the toaster is
properly assembled before
use. Follow the instructions
provided in this book.
•The toaster is not intended
to be operated by means of
an external timer or separate
remote control system.
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•Bread may burn, therefore
this toaster must not be used
near or below curtains or other
combustible material and it
must be supervised at all times
when in use.
•Ensure that bread to be toasted
is the correct size for the toaster
and does not protrude above
the bread slice opening. Ensure
the bread is not too thick or
long that it will jam or wedge in
the bread carriage.
•Never cover the toaster when
it is plugged into the power
outlet or while hot.
•Do not place cold toast directly
on top of toasting slots to
warm toast as this may prevent
correct air circulation and
damage the toaster.
•Do not move the toaster whilst
in operation or when hot.
•The temperature of accessible
surfaces may be high when the
toaster is in operation and also
for some time after use.
•When operating the toaster,
keep a minimum distance
of 10cm of space from the
surrounding sides & 20cm
above.
•Do not place the toaster in
enclosed areas.
•Never operate toaster on
its side. Never add any food
substance to the, muffins
or crumpets as this can
lead to electrocution or fire.
This toaster is for toasting
bread, crumpets and muffins
only. Placing other items
in the toaster can lead to
electrocution or a fire.
•Do not leave unattended when
in use as toast may jam or
wedge in the bread carriage.
Never attempt to extract toast
or any other item that has
jammed or wedged in the
toaster with a knife or any
other object as contact with
live elements may not only
damage the element but cause
electrocution.
•Do not touch hot surfaces. Use
side areas and oven mitt for
lifting and carrying the toaster.
•Do not leave the toaster
unattended when toasting.
•Do not attempt to dislodge
food when the toaster is
plugged in.
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•Always turn the power off
at the power outlet and then
remove the plug from the
power outlet before attempting
to move the toaster, when the
toaster is not in use and before
cleaning or storing. Allow to
cool before putting on or taking
off parts.
•Do not operate the toaster
without the removable crumb
tray(s) in place.
•The crumb tray(s) should be
regularly cleaned. Do not allow
breadcrumbs to accumulate
in the bottom of the toaster.
Failure to clean the crumb
tray(s) regularly may result
in a fire hazard. To clean any
additional crumbs, turn the
toaster upside down over a sink
and shake crumbs free.
•Oversized foods, metal foil
packages, or utensils must not
be inserted into the toaster as
they may cause a fire or risk of
electric shock.
•Never cover the toaster whilst
it is plugged into the power
outlet or while hot.
•Do not use harsh abrasive,
caustic cleaners or oven
cleaners when cleaning the
toaster.
•Do not clean with metal
scouring pads. Pieces can break
off the pad and touch electrical
parts creating an electric shock
hazard.
•The use of attachments not
sold or recommended by
Breville may cause fire, electric
shock or injury.
•Keep the toaster clean. Follow
the cleaning instructions
provided in this book.
IMPORTANT
SAFEGUARDS
FOR ALL
ELECTRICAL
APPLIANCES
•Fully unwind the power cord
before use.
•Connect only to 230V or 240V
power outlet.
•Do not let the power cord hang
over the edge of a bench or
table, touch hot surfaces or
become knotted.
•To protect against electric
shock, do not immerse the
power cord, power plug or
appliance in water or any
other liquid, unless it is
recommended in the cleaning
instructions.
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•The appliance is not intended
for use by persons (including
children) with reduced physical,
sensory or mental capabilities,
or lack of experience and
knowledge, unless they have
been given supervision or
instruction concerning use
of the appliance, by a person
responsible for their safety.
•Children should be supervised
to ensure that they do not play
with the appliance.
•It is recommended to inspect
the appliance regularly. Do not
use the appliance if the power
supply cord, plug, connector or
appliance becomes damaged
in anyway. Return the entire
appliance to the nearest
authorised Breville service
centre for examination and/or
repair.
•Any maintenance other than
cleaning should be performed
at an authorised Breville service
centre.
•This appliance is for household
use only. Do not use this
appliance for other than its
intended use. Do not use in
moving vehicles or boats. Do
not use outdoors.
Misuse may cause injury.
•The installation of a residual
current device (safety switch)
is recommended to provide
additional safety protection
when using electrical
appliances. It is advisable that
a safety switch with a rated
residual operating current
not exceeding 30mA be
installed in the electrical circuit
supplying the appliance. See
your electrician for professional
advice.
•Always turn the appliance to
the OFF position, switch off at
the power outlet and unplug
at the power outlet when the
appliance is not in use.
•Before cleaning, always turn the
appliance to the OFF position,
switch off at the power outlet,
unplug at the power outlet
and remove the power cord, if
detachable, from the appliance
and allow all parts to cool.
•Do not place this appliance on
or near a heat source, such as
hot plate, oven or heaters.
•Position the appliance at a
minimum distance of 20cm
away from walls, curtains and
other heat or steam sensitive
materials and provide adequate
space above and on all sides for
air circulation.
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WARNING
•Never operate the toaster on its
side.
•Never add any food substance
to the bread, bagel or any other
item prior to toasting (such as
butter, jelly or marmalade). This
may cause a fire as well as lead
to electrocution.
•This toaster is for toasting
bread, bagels, English muffins
and toaster pastries only.
Placing other food items in the
toaster can cause a fire as well
as lead to electrocution.
WARNING
•Do not leave unattended when
in use as toast may jam or
wedge in the bread carriage.
•Never attempt to extract toast
or any other item that has
jammed or wedged in the
toaster with a knife or any
other object as contact with
live elements may not only
damage the element, but cause
electrocution.
•Do not operate the toaster
without the removable crumb
tray(s) in place. The crumb
tray(s) should be regularly
cleaned. Do not allow crumbs
to build up in crumb tray(s).
FOR HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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Components
A
A
B
B
C
C
D
D
E
E
F
F
G
G
LTA620 - 2 Slice toaster
LTA670 - 4 Slice Side by Side toaster
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
LTA 650 - 4 Slice Long Slot toaster
A. Self-centring, extra wide and deep toasting slots.
B. LIFT & LOOK™/HIGH LIFT LEVER
Use the lever during the toasting cycle to raise or
lower the carriage so you can check the toasting
progress without interrupting the toasting cycle.
Once the toasting cycle has completed, raise the
high lift lever to make it easier to remove smaller
items.
C. A BIT MORE™ If your toast comes up too light,
one press adds a little extra toasting time.
D. FROZEN/FRUIT BREAD button
Press Frozen/Fruit bread button to toggle
between these two modes. Frozen setting
activates additional toasting time required
to toast frozen bread.
E. CANCEL button
F. Browning Control
Select the desired browning setting from
'1' lightest to '6' darkest.
G. Non-slip feet
NOT SHOWN
• Power cord storage
• Slide out crumb tray(s)
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Functions
BEFORE FIRST USE
Before first use, remove any packaging material
or promotional labels attached to your toaster.
1. Insert the power plug into a 220-240 volt
power outlet and then turn the power on.
For the 4 slice long slot toaster, place 2
slices of bread or crumpets or 2 halves of
an English muffin or bagel into each of
the toasting slots. Ensure the bread halves
are not too large or thick to fit the slots. If
less than 4 slices are inserted, the usual
browning setting needs to be reduced
to avoid the toast burning. If toasting 2
slices of bread in the 4 slice toaster, we
recommend placing the bread as per the
illustration below for optimal toasting
results.
NOTE
When using the toaster for the first time, we
suggest toasting on the maximum setting
without bread. The toaster may emit a thin
smoke or distinct odour on initial use. This is
normal and not detrimental to the performance
of the toaster .
2. For the 2 slice toaster, place only 1 slice of
bread or crumpet or half an English muffin
or bagel into each of the toasting slots.
Ensure the bread halves are not too large or
thick to fit the slots. If less than 2 slices are
inserted, the usual browning setting needs
to be reduced to avoid the toast burning.
For the 4 slice side by side toaster, place
only 1 slice of bread or crumpet or half an
English muffin or bagel into each of the
toasting slots. Ensure the bread halves
are not too large or thick to fit the slots. If
less than 4 slices are inserted, the usual
browning setting needs to be reduced to
avoid the toast burning.
3. Select the desired browning setting using
the browning control lever. Colour settings
range from ‘1’ lightest to ‘6’ darkest.
NOTE
When using the toaster for the first time, we
suggest toasting the bread on setting 3 or 4.
Varying types of bread and personal preference
may require a different browning setting, for
example, raisin toast and white light-textured
breads may require a lower setting, whilst
heavier textured rye breads may require a
darker setting.
4. Press the high lift lever down until it
locks into position. The toasting cycle will
automatically commence.
NOTE
If the toaster is not plugged in and switched on
at the power outlet, the high lift lever will not
lock into position.
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5. The toaster stops toasting when it has
reached the end of the selected browning
setting. The toast will automatically rise
from the slots. The toasting process can
be stopped at any time by pressing the
CANCEL button.
WARNING
Do not leave unattended when in use as toast
may jam or wedge in the bread carriage.
Never attempt to extract toast, crumpets or
muffins or any other item that has jammed
or wedged in the toaster with a knife or any
other object, as contact with live elements may
not only damage the elements, but can cause
electrocution.
NOTE
The ‘A Bit More’™ setting is to bypass
the normal toasting cycle and toast for
approximately 30 seconds with the toast
setting or approximately 15 seconds with the
fruit bread setting.
NOTE
The ‘A Bit More’™ setting can be used with
either the toast or fruit bread setting.
FROZEN/FRUIT BREAD SETTING
Toasting Frozen Bread
This feature can be used to check on the
progress of the toasting cycle without
interrupting it. Simply raise the lever to check
on the browning progress of the toast and
lower it down again if you wish to continue to
toast.
To toast frozen bread, place the bread into the
toasting slots, select the browning setting you
would normally select if the bread was fresh,
lower the ‘high lift’ lever until it locks into
position and then press the FROZEN/FRUIT
BREAD button once. The button will illuminate
white and cooking time of your selection will
be automatically extended.
HIGH LIFT LEVER
To toast fruit bread
Once the toasting cycle has completed, to
remove smaller items such as crumpets and
muffins, lift the 'high lift' lever approximately
1cm above the starting position. In the unlikely
event that the bread, crumpet or muffins
become jammed, switch the power off at the
power outlet. Remove the power plug from the
power outlet and then use the high lift lever
to carefully ease the bread out of the toaster,
ensuring that you do not damage the selfcentring slots or the elements.
1. Place the fruit bread into the toasting slots.
2. To start the toasting process, press down
the lever until it locks into place.
3. To select the FRUIT BREAD setting, press
the FROZEN/FRUIT BREAD button twice
and the button will illuminate red.
4. Select the desired setting by adjusting the
browning control.
5. The browning settings range from '1'
(lightest) to '6' (darkest).
6. Once the toasting cycle has finished and the
carriage has risen and locked into the raised
position, the toast is ready. Remove the fruit
toast.
‘LIFT & LOOK’™ FEATURE
‘A BIT MORE’™ SETTING
For Extra Toasting & Reheating
Use this feature after the toasting cycle has
completed if your toast requires a bit more
toasting or needs reheating. Once the toast
has popped up, lower the HIGH LIFT lever
back down and then press the A BIT MORE™
button.
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CANCEL BUTTON
Care & Cleaning/
Storage
To Stop Toasting
The toasting and defrosting cycles can be
cancelled at any time by pressing the CANCEL
button. The toaster cycle will stop and
automatically raise the toast.
CARE AND CLEANING
1. Switch the toaster off at the power outlet
and then remove the power plug from
the power outlet. Allow the toaster to cool
completely before cleaning.
2. To clean any crumbs from the toaster,
remove the crumb tray(s) (located at the
back of the toaster) by pulling outwards.
Empty and replace the crumb tray(s) before
using the toaster again. Replace the crumb
tray(s) by sliding inwards until locked into
position.
3. To remove any additional crumbs, turn the
toaster upside down over a bin and shake
crumbs free.
4. Wipe the outside of the toaster with a
slightly dampened soft cloth and then dry it
with a soft dry cloth to dry completely
NOTE
Do not clean with metal scouring pads. Pieces
can break off the pad and touch electrical parts
creating an electric shock hazard.
STORAGE
Switch toaster off at the power outlet and
remove the power plug from the power outlet.
Allow the toaster to cool completely before
storing. Follow the directions for cleaning and
store in an upright position on a flat surface on
a bench top or in an accessible cupboard.
Do not store anything on top of the toaster.
WARNING
Do not use the toaster without the slide-out
crumb tray(s) in position. Do not allow crumbs
to build up in the crumb tray(s). Failure to clean
the crumb tray(s) regularly may result in a fire
hazard.
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Notes
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Breville Customer Service Centre
Australian Customers
New Zealand Customers
Mail: Locked Bag 2000
Botany NSW 1455
AUSTRALIA
Mail:
Phone: 1300 139 798
Phone: 0800 273 845
Fax:
Fax:
(02) 9700 1342
Private Bag 94411
Manukau 2163
Auckland NEW ZEALAND
0800 288 513
Email: Customer Service:
askus@breville.com.au
Email: Customer Service:
askus@breville.co.nz
Web: Web: www.breville.com.au
www.breville.co.nz
Breville is a registered trademark of Breville Pty. Ltd. A.B.N. 98 000 092 928.
Copyright Breville Pty. Ltd. 2017.
Due to continued product improvement, the products illustrated/photographed
in this brochure may vary slightly from the actual product.
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