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Unplug the washer. Remember once you remove any panel you could be exposed to sharp edges!

under the control panel are typically two screws, remove these.

the control panel should slide forward and then flip up.

Now on the top are two clips, one on each side, take a screw driver and slide them out, it takes a little force.

you may have to unplug a couple wires and or remove a hose.

Now the cabinet will come off it is pinned at the bottom front.




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