I have seen video to replace the clock when the panel is on the back of the unit, how difficult is it when the clock/display is on the front of the unit of a drop in with no back? Is the front panel accessible to the do-it-yourselfer?
Answer Hello Mike,
This shouldn't be too difficult. You should be aware that the power needs to be turned off to the unit before starting. In this configuration, it is very easy to hit a hot wire on ground in this process. The screws should be lined up across the bottom of the control panel and the door will have to be opened to access them. They screw in straight up. There may be a couple of screws on each end and the control panel sometimes just hooks into position, depending on the configuration. Of course, once you get the control panel off, it's obvious how to get the control out. Remember to turn off the power first and wear gloves to prevent personal injury.