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No Tricks. The elements are loaded and removed from the top.
DISCONNECT THE POWER CORD
Remove the crumb dtrawers, they are handy to put the parts on so the don't roll away.Remove the temperature knob after releasing the set screw, remove the lever knob after removing the pivot screw. Remove the 3 front and 4 rear cover screws with a philips driver. note the length of the screws from the locations.
Locate the element to change, disconnect the connections at front and back on the top of the element. With a small flat bladed screw driver, open the crimp tabs on each end of the bread guides and lift up. They come out of alignment holes in the lower frame. Replace the element/s, with the correct voltage replacement. 208 and 240 elements are different numbers. Reassemble in reverse order. Be carefull not to catch the element with the bread guard wires. It's common to see a bit of smoke during burnin of new elements for a short time.
The other side that isn't toasting has an open element. Usually, the good side will burn twice as hot, and may have stressed that element. You might want to replace both in that slot. make sure you check the voltage rating plate. 208 and 240 volt toasters use different elements.
I just posted the procedure to replace elements, in a similar post here.