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Hello, slide the oven out so you have room to work on it. Start by removing the control panel. Screws along the bottom and side and the front control comes off. Either that or one screw in each lower corner holding the panel in place.
Once the panel is off you will be able to remove the screws on the front that hold the top in place.
Now the screws along the side can be removed. Number #5 #6 have screws.
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Upload a picture of the front of the control panel with the door open. With a picture I will be able to tell you for sure. Look up shows other way so.. Serial break maybe I don't know.. Let me know if you can upload a pic.
Yes, I got them thank you. Open the oven door and look up in each corner under the panel. Each side has one screw. Remove each screw and the panel will slide up and off.
Have you removed the two screws under the panel? Once in each corner? Once those screws are removed the control lifts up and forward coming off the range giving access to the control board and inside.
Would you be able to open the oven door and take a picture so I can see what the panel where the top of the door hits?
In the very bottom corner where the stainless panel hits the black piece do you see a screw in each corner?
Screws going directly in not up into the panel.
Does #4 come off?
Yes, the screw that is screwed into the black piece there's one in each corner those need to come out of number #4 in order for the panel to slide up and off.
Yes, the black headed screw in the vent/trim each of those.
Have you slide the oven forward several inches yet