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If it is not to much you could use a light grade sandpaper (light grade but high number 120 grain or 180 maybe even a 240, really fine grain). The finer the grain the less the chance of causing noticeable damage to your sweater. Works good if you drip paint on a carpet too. Some light damage to the sweater may occur though but it is definitely not noticeable when used on carpets (to give you an idea about how much).
If you mean the element at the back (not the bottom one), inside the oven undo a screw at the back to reveal the element, then undo one more screw attaching the element. THEN, totally disassemble the oven, removing all the cladding, taking off the top oven and controls, detaching lots of wires to be able to do this, in order to finally gain access to the 2 little nuts securing the element behind the oven. Then if you're not sufficiently dismayed by De Dietrich's design skills, email their customer service to be given the wrong part recommendation at twice the price of an independent supplier. Finally, buy part from independent supplier, spend several hours dismantling and rebuilding oven. Then it will work. But maybe don't ever buy De Dietrich (Brandt) again!
it is look like your laptop does not have the light runing on your screen , open the screen and chek the smal part under de scrren is in the midle of screen with 3or2 smal cable on 1 side and 3or2 that difer from brand to brand smal the other side wich is conected to the light sourece, that is the problem change that part and will be ok.