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1) Unplug unit
2) Remove back plate covering controls on back of oven
3) Notice 2 brackets, 1 on each end holding 2 screws-remove the screws
4) On front remove 3 screws underneath front ledge directly above where oven door closes
5) lift top up about an inch, and pull forward towards front of oven
6) You can now lift it to service - beware wires are still connected - dont pull too far forward and up
ITS A LITTLE TRICKY, WHEN YOU GET YOUR NEW ONE LAY DOWN A OLD BLANKET PUT YOUR NEW ONE UPSIDEDOWN ON IT DISCONECT POWER THEN REMOVE YOUR OLD ONE .OPEN THE OVEN DOOR THERE IS 2 OR 3 SCREWS ON THE TOP OPENING HOLDING IT DOWN REMOVE THEM AND SLOWLY LIFT TOP UP AND SLOWLY PULL FORWARD. YOU WILL SEE A CONNECTOR TO DISCONECT ALL THE WIRES THEN LAY COOKTOP UPSIDEDOWN NEXT TO THE NEW ONE. SLOLY REMOVE SCREWS THAT HOLD BURNERS ON BRAKETS. I MARK THE HOLES ON THE BURNERS WITH A SHARPY
Unplug the range from power. Open the oven door. Look on the right and left sides of the oven frame just below the top. Remove the 2 screws. Pull the top forward. Remove the wiring harness connector at the back.Lift the top up and off. Set the top aside.
Pull the unit away from the wall and in most cases you can reach in the oven pan from then rear. If not.....pull the unit away from the wall and then lift the front about 3 inches away from the floor and let if drop....thus shifting the items in the drawer....If I can help further, I am here
To remove the main top first remove the grates,
burner caps and burners. Using a ¼” socket
wrench or nut driver remove the mounting
screws at each burner orifice assembly.
Insert a putty knife or similar tool between the
main top and manifold panel near the outside
of the front corner. Push the putty knife toward
the rear to release the maintop mounting clip.
Repeat for both sides.
When the mounting clips are released the front
edge of the cooktop can be lifted. Make sure
that the orifice assembly does not bind in the
cooktop when raising the top to remove it from
Lift the front of the cooktop and pull forward to
disengage the back edge from the rear hinge
bracket. The cooktop can now be replaced by
reversing the previous steps.
See Manual at
Many of these units are removable by lifting up the burner itself and wiggling the pan out. There may be a screw holding the burner at the pivot point where you raise it. Some clip in. I doubt you'll do any damage lifting the burner out to make the change. The pans are not secured in any way that I know of.
All of you are MORONS. the guy is asking "quite clearly", how to remove the bottom pan so he can clean under it. It's quite obviouse he understands how to clean the the main part of the oven. He just want to know HOW TO REMOVE THE BOTTOM PAN.......
eliasan, to remove the glass top you need to open the oven door, on the body frame where the top of the door fits under, there will be 2 quarter inch screws on each corner securing the top to the body. Remove these 2 screws. Grab the top with both hands and pull forward. Disconnect the quick connect fittings in the back for the burners and the top will lift off now. Make sure to kill the power before attempting this. Catriver..post back