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Bosch "slide in" doesn't slide in.

I have a slide in that doesn't slide in. The Bosch HEI7282 has a decorative piece that juts out from the top right and left to make that part 31 inches wide. This hits my countertops (they are not flush with the counters, which I assume is why I'm having this problem - but the range is not advertised as being only for flush countertops). Because of this the range is about an inch too far forward, exposing the sides. Has anyone seen this? I'm getting nowhere with Bosch - they tell me I need a professional installer (to push a box into a hole?)

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