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I have an old 1970's hotpoint oven. I'm not sure how to change the burner pans on the stove.

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Many of these units are removable by lifting up the burner itself and wiggling the pan out. There may be a screw holding the burner at the pivot point where you raise it. Some clip in. I doubt you'll do any damage lifting the burner out to make the change. The pans are not secured in any way that I know of.

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