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How do I remove the front panel to get at the Oven Control?

I've removed all the screws, but panel will not budge.

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The top has pins that need to be separated from the body by lifting up with your fingers at the edges of the frame. Use caution with devices like a screw drive that can be used, but may chip pait or surface protection.

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Often times when someone makes an attempt to "repair" a control, it does not hold up. Replace the entire control. Don't waste your time. You will also get a year warranty on a replacement control.

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SOURCE: Trying to remove oven element. I removed screws,

Hi, it would be easier for a novice just to simply pull the unit out from the wall and remove the lower panel at the back. Behind this panel you will expose the terminals for the heater. Remove the terminals (wires) and then go round the front and take the screws out. Next pull on the heater and it should slide out. If you have any other questions please feel free to ask. Mike

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