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Trying to install new ignitor (heating element, starter) can't get front off Same problem, trying to get at igniter switches,but can't remove stove top.Kenmore Gas Stove 79077471792

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Try looking in the bottom section.Below the oven. yank out the drawer and look for it in the bottom compartment. guessing

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