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Looking for details of how to replace the front fascia on a hotpoint cucina dh53ck. I have a replacement fascia.

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A bit involved but quite straightforward.
Open the grill door and you will see 4 screws on the underside of the hob - remove the inner 2.
You can now hinge up the entire hob.
On each side of the hob is a trim piece with 2 screws which retain the glass front panel. Remove these and the end trims.
Carefully pull the timer buttons away from the fascia - the simply click into position.
The glass panel can now be tilted up and removed - it is pocketed at the top.
Each of the control knob assembly can then be easily pulled away from the controls.
The fluorescent tube is situated below the controls in a recess.
Rotate the tube through 90° and lift the tube out.
Refitting is the reverse of the above procedure.

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