Question about Kitchen Ranges
I need to replace a couple of burner switches on my electric range but can't get access to the back of the switches. There is no obvious back panel to remove and it doesn't look like I can get access from the front. It appears that my best option is to remove both plastic side panels. But how do I do that? Alternatively, where can I get a repair manual for this stove?
I just replaced the switch just yesterday.First remove the glass panel by pushing back the 2 black clips at the top end,then remove 2 silver screws at the top and 3 at the bottom also remove 2 black screws behind side panels on the top. Now push side panels slightly up and forward and it fill fall forward and now replace the switch.
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
Remove two Philips screws inside the fuse compartment, pull up and fold forward.
Posted on Jun 21, 2008
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