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Replacing timer unit

I am attempting to replace the timer unit but after removing all the apparently relevant screws around the top area nothing seems to come apart. Am reluctant to use too much force so am wondering if there is a trick or technique I am not aware of. Can anyone advise procedure for dismantling to get at the timer please? NOTE: If anyone is attempting this themselves then disconnect the appliance from the mains electricity source first.

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Re: Replacing timer unit

If like other belling, take side panels off. take off screws holding hobtop and move it backwards. clock should be then accessible

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