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KitchenAid Electric Range Model Ker807PSS01,Removing Control Panel

I need to replace the membrain switch inside the control panel.I have removed 7 screws on the underside of the panel and don't see anything else to remove,but still can't get the control panel off.KitchenAid website was no help and i can't tell anything from the pictures of the parts breakdown. Could someone please help me?

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  • bassboss23 Feb 16, 2008

    I have this code of F2EO err Stuck Key.I see the sensor could be bad.But my wife cleaned the control panel the day before the problem started,and i suspectsomething got into the membrain switch.

  • bassboss23 Feb 16, 2008

    Kitchenaid ModelKERA807PSS01

  • bassboss23 Feb 16, 2008

    I need instructions on how to remove the control panel.I'm almost certain the key pad is shorted out.I have looked at all the parts breakdowns and they are no help.I took out the screws under the control panel and the bottom seems to be loose, but the top won't release and i don 't want to risk breaking theglass top.

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