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Yep, I can see the form and all the links work.

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Same as TF using laptop on Microsoft Explorer
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OK, thanks all. !THUMBS!
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I see the form and no error message, PM. I am running firefox on a windows 10 box, if that helps
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Same as TF
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I'm getting the error page - viewed on chrome on a PC (windows 8.1)
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Maybe a good idea to say what we’re using. I get the error page on my I pad using safari.
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I see a form with ipad and safari
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My Kenwood toaster isn't accepting normal size bread, this means I have to turn the bread halfway through. This leaves me with a black stripe across the middle.
It's on the Work Top and I was on Nitrazepam but have now switched to wood alcohol and Toilet Duck.
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Answer: buy small loafs or do what I do, put a knife through the toast to support high for a perfect finish.... |/XX\|
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Well BP that did make me laugh!! I was going to say keep it up but there again.....
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I have given some thought to this problem, and whereas TF's suggestion is a goer I find the weight of the fork tears the bread, making spreading butter an unpredictable art.
Further research has shown the following photo seems a reliable solution without the need for forms or error messages.
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....... Further to my post above, do not under any circumstance use a plastic peg to hold the toast in position.

The heat will liquefy the peg allowing it drip down into the red hot elements.
The cost of redecorating the kitchen is obscene and in this cold weather opening the windows to chase the dark smuts and acrid smell away is not a choice decision. Criticism and condemnation may well fly your way, but worst of all the toast is inedible.
Perhaps a fork ......
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I see a form as well.
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Thanks bosmod. Everyone should see the form now. I've homed in on the cause of the problem and fixed it (for now).
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