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I can assist you with this. Its pretty simple,
You can access the old unit by removing it from the back of the panel. Some screws and clips (base at the two sides) The clock is usually secured with screws. - remove old unit replace with new - no peel or scrape usually necessary;-)
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OK understand so far, but I guess it is necessary to remove the complete front panel housing the electronic timer. I've tried this by removing the two Philip's headed screws, accessed from the underside of the panel, but still cannot remove the front panel! Are there more screws hidden somewhere or is it necessary to apply some leverage somewhere? Thanks.
Hi, these can be tight but usually the rear is where you need to get to.
Some of that year models have a plastic face that can be removed but there are also plastic clips that you can pry and pop if yours is this way.
Otherwise the back is the way to go as with most of these.
If you can send me a picture of yours I will know for sure .
I'm trying to send a couple of photos of the front of the oven but the 'Just Ask' site is having a technical problem downloading them - I'll try again later - thanks. Rodney
Hi yes the site is a little strange today lol;-)
But on most of these units it is the rear or the top that will be removable to achieve access to the timer.
Can I send photo's via an e-mail? If so could you give me your e-mail address? Thanks. Rodney
Hi I'm sorry but JA doesn't allow that .
I will check a few other places to see if I can find you better instructions I will be in contact as soon as I fine that for you.
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