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Asko 1885-1895 heater element replacement

How do you get the damn thing apart to replace the heating element?
I restore church organs for a living and I have NEVER seen anything like this.
I have a new heating element, but can't find how to get below the inside stainless steel housing to loosen the nut to remove the old element...replacement should be EZ after that....sorta like a water proof oven!!
I just don't want to create any damage to the metal parts.....or slice off a finger on all of those sharp edges...
HELP!!

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Remover the lower front panel, and from there you should reach the element nut. Good luck

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