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Hi, I have a model JGS8750BDS stove. I need help getting info on how to replace the latch asy and what parts come off to get to it. I have the front display off and the sheet metal box that covers the top of the part. But how the heck do you get at the bolts to get the old part out. What is your method on reaching this puppy? Thanks for any info. ~ 8 )

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Hi, I have a model JGS8750BDS stove. I need help getting info on how to replace the latch asy and what parts come off to get to it. I have the front display off and the sheet metal box that covers the top of the part. But how the heck do you get at the bolts to get the old part out. What is your method on reaching this puppy? Thanks for any info. ~ 8 )
Zoondoggie,

You're 3/4 of the way there,

You could use a 1/4 in. drive rachetting socket wrench to remove the screws holding the latch assembly to the oven cavity cover. It's awkward and tight, but doable.

Your other alternative, remove the cooktop assembly,
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Maintop Assembly Removal (Select Models)
1. Remove power from unit. 2. Remove range from installation position, see
“Removing and Replacing Range” procedure. 3. Remove front side trim, see "Front Side Trim Removal" procedure. 4. Remove air grill, grill grates, filter, aeration pan and cartridges (cartridge models). 5. Remove cartridge receptacles and grill pans (cartridge models). 6. Remove screws from plenum area at front of main top cartridge opening (cartridge models). 7. Remove screws securing top burner assembly to
lower burner assembly. 8. Label and disconnect wire terminals to ignitors.
9. Remove perimeter screws securing main top to chassis. 10.Gently lift main top away from chassis. 11. Reverse procedure to reinstall maintop assembly.
Top Burner Assembly Removal
(Select Models)
1. Disconnect power before servicing. 2. Remove screws securing burner top assembly to lower assembly. 3. Label and remove wire terminals to ignitor.

4. Reverse procedures to reassemble.

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