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    It might be a good idea to always read ALL of the "fine print".

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    Once the fire started the oven was unplugged and moved outside.
    The fire continued to burn until nothing was left but a small black residue of charcoal.

    Our barn door is now closed. At least for taco shells.
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    Default Re: Warning Warning Warning

    It did say "possible risk of fire" not "absolutely for sure a fire". You should sue.

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    Default Re: Warning Warning Warning

    Though I too like them toasted, I have found that around 1 minute in the microwave produces satisfactory results.

    And now I can say it's safer too.

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    Dang who would have thought. You know that warning is on there because you aren't the first one to set the toaster on fire. . Glad you got it out side!

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    Default Re: Warning Warning Warning

    I went to another page and then came back to this.....

    I can toast bread in an toaster oven and it does not catch on fire. Nor do English muffins and a variety of other products....

    WHY do taco shells burst into flames? Are these things loaded with oil?

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    Yeah and don't warm up differential oil in one either!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RDrancher
    Yeah and don't warm up differential oil in one either!
    Do we even need to ask how you know?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DT86 View Post
    Do we even need to ask how you know?

    Because, at the time I was warming up a cup of coffee in the microwave and the wife stacks pans in the oven. We have a new toaster oven now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RDrancher

    Because, at the time I was warming up a cup of coffee in the microwave and the wife stacks pans in the oven. We have a new toaster oven now.
    I meant did you put diff oil in one?

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    Pop Tarts are flamable as well...ask me how I know?
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