The is the model number. It was cheap and I bought it a few years ago at Bi-Mart.
You can see that some of the resistive heating wire is pulled away from the insulating/reflecting surface. I tried to pull it all away from the surface with a dental pick but there wasn’t enough slack.
I get very dry and barely toasted toast with little evidence of the Maillard reaction.
Anyway I decided to replace it. I spent some time researching and while you would think that the error was buying a cheap toaster, I replaced it with the Black & Decker TO1332SBD 4-Slice Toaster Oven, which was less expensive that the toaster it replaced, more versatile, and as a bonus? It actually will make toast. I’ve been quite happy with it for the past month.