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If Presto longer manufacturers or stocks parts for your heater, there may be a good reason for it. Other than they now have a better heater. My best advice is to scarp the heater and purchase a new one, Your model may have had a safety issue.
try hearth & home for a remote thermostat that can wire inconjuction with on/off switch you could also try another place called skytech for a wall mounted thewrmostat(i actually prefer to remote) and get someone with electrical knowledge to wire in for you sparky or fridgie(fridgie usaully better at this than sparky strange i know but true)
Very simple to install the replacement element. Insert one end of the element into the bottom receptacle on either side, press the element down (it's spring-loaded), then slide the top of the element into the center opening of the top receptacle, push to appropriate side (the side of receptacle, same as the bottom), then release. Then do the same with the other element (if both are out).