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Rangemaster 110 replace clock how do you remove the electric hot plate on the right of hob to get to the retaining screws of the faceplate

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It is not at all obvious.
from memory, there are 2 screws on the lhs side of the plate which remove and the plate will then move sideways but may be difficult to shift

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Comment by tinling, posted on Nov 06, 2008 http://www.rangemaster.co.uk/Siteimages/Site_311/BigMedia/RM110Gas_04_06.pdf

This should allow you to see the instruction manual for the 110. There was another one somewhere showing a diagram of how to link the 2 blue wires at the back of the clock but I can't find it again! By the way our cooker is 10 years old so maybe different from newer models. We didn't have to take of the front control panel we accessed everything by lifting up the hobs to get behind the clock/timer.

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Comment by tinling, posted on Nov 06, 2008 http://www.rangemaster.co.uk/Siteimages/Site_311/BigMedia/RM110Gas_04_06.pdf

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