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How do I properly clean inside the toaster?

There are crumbs above where the tray pulls out to clean. can I unscrew the four screws underneath it to get inside? Thanks

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Hi .. turn the toaster upside down. There should be an access door there to allow you to clean out the bottom of the toaster.

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SOURCE: Crumbs stuck on the sides and bottom of toaster

You can follow the instructions on how to replace the heating elemnts of the dualit toaster in the link
http://www.fixya.com/support/r4472039-procedure_replacing_heating_elements

With this way you remove yours clean the toaster completely and put the elemnt back.
Good luck

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One way is to buy some thin gauge aluminium sheet and cut and bend. Cheap, and gives a sense of achievement if you like that kind of thing

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PROCEDURE FOR REPLACING ELEMENTS
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