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Thermostat needs replaced

I'd like to replace the thermostat on our SD-YD250, as the machine cuts on and off like a bad thermostat after having worked fine for quite a while. I've removed the screws, but the control unit on top doesn't want to come off and I'm afraid to force it. What is the trick? Jim

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After removing the screws there are two plastic latches hidden on the inside of the plastic ring, with a flat headed screw driver tease these open. located on the inside of the ring and in the centre on both left and right sides.

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