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How to get to the control panel

I need to replace the control panel but I can't get to the old one. Took out 4 screws but I can't get the cover off. Any suggestions

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  • dsarthur Mar 12, 2008

    I got the door off put I can't seem to get the control board out. there were two screws in inside of the panel that I took out but I don't want to force the old control board out for fear of breaking a piece that is needed to put the new one in. What is holding the old control board in place?

  • dsarthur Mar 12, 2008

    I have the door off but know I can't get to the control board What is
    hold it in place? How can I get the front control panel off that is
    covering the control board? I don't want to force anything for fear of
    breaking something.

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Bosh is very tricky. You will probably have to remove the outer door panel first. #15 Torx screws all around the inside of the door panel. Support the panel with your feet while you remove the bottom two screws. (Do those last!) Close the door. Then slide the door panel down about 1 in and pull away at the bottom. Notice the two plastic blocks near the bottom of the door and how they fit onto the door frame (they never stay in place!)
If the console is not loose already, remove the two #15 Torx screws on the upper sides of the door panel.
When putting it back together, put in the screws across the top of the console first, then the door panel, then the rest of the screws.
Good luck!

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