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No clips found! To remove top or front

My Roper RAX4232KQ's lid switch has fallen apart and is now inside. I need to get to the switch area AND inside to retrieve part. Tried suggestions here. There are NO clips in crack between top and front of washer ON FRONT area...would they be on the side area? Washer is full of clothes and water so don't want to try to move it to much as I have a bead back.
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Check out this diagram. Sure hope this helped and best wishes.


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