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Replacing built-in double oven relay board #2

Does the oven need to be removed from the built-in cabinet?

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You have to open the door all the way through.

Then remove the two locks from the hinges.Pull the tabs out, help yourself with a screwdriver.

Grab the door firmly on both sides, pull up the top of the door and slide it out.

Here all diagrams and parts for your appliance.

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