Question about Kitchen Ranges
Most often it is best to use a utility blade as it is slim enough to pry under the cover without bending it and marking it .. be careful and gentle this is a thin piece of plastic and easy to damage.. in the future always indicate what make and model .. as some are metal and some are plastic and it does help.. but in either case metal or plastic same care should be taken..
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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