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How do I remove the front control panel?

I need to do this to fix the LED power on light and the program control child lock spring both of which have become dislodged during transit. I've removed the drawer, the control knobs, and all the screws in the front panel but the panel doesn't budge. Are there plastic locking tabs or something?

Thanks in advance. Jon.

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  • Jon_hurn Feb 21, 2008

    Thanks anonymous111 - that did the trick nicely. Managed to remove the panel withou breaking a single lug. LED and temperature control lock now fixed and machine back to original condition.



    Cheers. Jon.

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Remove the 3 screws at the rear top to remove the top cover. you now have access to back of control panel. tou should see some plastic lugs sticking out through metal clips. you will have to force the lugs through the clips with a flat blade screw driver. be careful it is easy to brake them

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