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I am trying to replace the control board on a maytag mer5755qaq and need to remove the heat/visor shield. How do I do this? Please help!

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There are two screews onder the shield. You need to get level with the shield to see them. Remove the two screews and it should come off no problem. Now to get in to the controll panel you have to pull the oven out and there are two screews on the back in both top corners to get in side to the control board. Good luck

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