Originally Posted by funkill
...I hate to experiment by removing those little screws...
the details and assembly of units vary and who knows if yours is EXACTLY original 35+ years later.
and for the diy experts to offer useful help, they need some detals...
so what follows in this post is NOT expert advice.
glued laminate/edging can be l lifted with a HOT air gun and putty knife.
the burner drip/spash base is hinged at the back and LIFTS up at the front, after the grates are off.
this exposes the lp gas connections to EACH burner base and makes cleaning UNDER the pan easy.
does your unit have an oven too? there are threads on oven/stove install and removals, for 70s and 80s units with pix.
but removing the entire stove/oven assembly depends on what model is installed in your trailer.
always turn OFF the lp gas (disconnect the bottles to be sure) before fiddling with stove removal or placement...
usually there are some front trim pieces that need to be removed for easy sliding of the oven box and to access the gas line.
so those photos you are gonna take and post will HELP when it is time to put it all back together...
because it IS the little screws
that will get ya!