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How do I remove front panel of my Admiral Capacity Plus washer?

How do I remove the front panel of my Admiral Capacity Plus washer. It is approx. 10 years old. It looks like it should just pop off but I dont know how hard to pry it without bending something.
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The front panel does not come off.

To access the inside - there are a few screw on the back - then the shroud is removed.


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