Question about Dualit CTS4E 4-Slice Toaster
We have bought a replacement Proheat end element but it came without fitting instructions. Is there somewhere I can download an instruction sheet or can someone give me advice?
I had the same problem. You need to first remove the base plate; then remove a long thin plate which runs along the side on top of the elements. Having done this, remove the electrical elements from the element, then remove the screw and nut which is holding the element on to some form of linkage. The element should then slide out and you can slide the replacement in. Then re-attach all the screws and nuts. The entire task is a very slow job. If you don't have tiny spanners, which I didn't, a long-nosed pair of pliers is useful.
Hope this helps.
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