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you should not have to remove the glass at all, you access the control board from the back of the unit, pull the stove out and on the back at the top you will see the screws holding the panel on, remove those screws to access the control board.
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wait never mind this is a build in unit. one sec, I got in a hurry I apologize.
you should be able to open the door and look under the panel there should be screws under there that can be removed to remove the panel as show on the clip listed as #2 in the diagram below:
If there are no screws the panel is held in place by the clip and should pop off.
no I can't seem to find anything more detailed then that, if there are no screws under the bottom then the unit will have to be pulled out because the screws will be on the backside of the facing. You can kinda get an idea from this video