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Remove Control Knobs & Control Panel for Leak Testing
You will need: Phillips & flathead screwdrivers.
A) Locate door pin release in door assembly. Using a screwdriver, push down on door
pin release (1) until door detaches from frame assembly. Pull top of door away from
frame assembly (2) and lift door off bottom adjustable hinge pin.
B) Remove control knobs, igniter button, retention nut, and battery (3).
C) Remove screws from wind deflector with a Phillips screwdriver (4).
D) Tilt end of wind deflector down and slide wind deflector away to remove (5).
E) Let igniter module dangle from wires. Do not disconnect (6).
F) Remove screws from underside of control panel with Phillips screwdriver (7).
G) Lift control panel up slightly, tilt up front edge and gently lift up (8).
H) Replace control panel and wind deflector when leak check is completed.