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Black & Decker TR0964 Toaster Oven

Black & Decker TR0964 Toaster Oven
alaAverage 1.7

3 reviews

Sep, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 reviews of Black & Decker TR0964 Toaster Oven. The average rating for this product is 1.7/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other products in the same category for all reviews.

On average, users rate this product 33/100.

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Black & Decker Toaster OvenTRO964


I've had my Black & Decker Toaster OvenTRO964 for four years now when the bottom quartz element died. I take some responsibility for that because I've always covered the bottom crumb tray with foil to avoid a mess but you're not supposed to. The foil...

Inexpensive, does the job, slide out rack, three-pronged grounded plug, On Indicator light, dings loudly

Messy, difficult to reach crumb tray. Annoyingly loud 30-minute timer that you can’t turn off

Not a bad toaster oven considering the price and what it does. If I hadn’t abused it using aluminum foil, the lower element probably would have lasted longer.

Dec, 2012

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Everything toasted!


There's no control to turn the top heating element off! Thus, there's no way to just heat a muffin or warm a leftover. Everything comes out toasted or broiled! I had several Black & Decker toaster ovens previously and didn't realize they made one...

Sep, 2010

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Disappointment with the TRO964


I was / am disappointed in the performance of my new toaster (TRO964).  This morning my toast burned again.  The dial for toast is not accurate or forgiving. When I opened the toaster oven door to retrieve the burnt toast, the heating elements did not...


No safety features; heating elements should shut off when door opens. Fire hazard

Mar, 2009