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How do I remove the control panel Dacor PO130BK? I removed the six screws immediately above the door, but the panel is still attached.

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Should be two screws under the knobs on front of panel

Posted on Oct 16, 2013

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    Bob Stephens Oct 16, 2013

    Thanks, Ronald. I'm sorry, but my question accidentally got posted in the wrong category. I have a different model - PO130BK, which doesn't have knobs. I'm guessing that I need to pull the oven out of the cabinet, and that there will probably be screws in the top hidden by the cabinet. I just haven't had a chance to check that yet. Fortunately, I have a second oven next to it I can use until I find the time.


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