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Oven control panel

Hi, When I went to set my timer on the oven control panel, half of the panel has pushed out into the back of the stove. Is there a way to repair this from the front of the stove. The other half of this panel seems real secure. How are these attached to the stove. Is it just glued in or is there a bracket that has broken off. Everything still works, but the panel is just pushed in.

Thanks, Darlene

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Sorry darlen, you have to take the back off the rear upper part of the stove, an dpush the board back onto its pins...if there are not broken....please unplug first:)

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