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I have looked at the back of my oven - there is one continuous metal panel up the back. It does not seem easily removable (requires removal of screws from both side panels, and there are a lot of cables etc. running through it). How does removal work?
the connection unplugged when trying to get it into the oven. I tried removing the back panel and I can get the bottom out, but I can't shift the top and the back of the oven compartment is sealed and insulated - how I am I supposed to access the ignitor connection?
Having tried to remove the back of the oven for an hour with little success (and about 20 screws) I left this for a few days as the back of this oven is clearly NOT supposed to be removed.
I then tried the initial idea of removing the warming drawer. Pinching the tabs to remove drawer was easy and I could clearly see (and connect) the ignitor. Total time for the drawer removal and connection 5 minutes.
Lesson - the drawer on this model is NOT self-contained, this is by far the easiest way to connect the ignitor, and there is NO WAY to easily remove the back and access it from the other direction.