Replacing Dryer Door switch. How can I get at it?

I have a Kenmore dryer. Today I noticed that the door switch is broken and permanently stuck in the closed state. While this means I can still use the dryer, it also means that it will still work with the door open and the light inside won't come on.
I called Sears (makers of Kenmore) and was told that it would cost $60 just to come look at it (more to fix) since it's no longer under warrantee.
I believe I could fix it myself, but I can't figure out how to get at it. From the diagram at http://www3.sears.com/Paul/document_search.asp?bnd_id82&prd_typ_id51200&model_num062852100&doc_id=&model_desc=DRYER& it appears that the screw I need to remove the front panel is INSIDE the dryer.
Anyone know how to get the front panel off and get access to the switch?
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Getting to the front panel is really easy on these. Look at part #50 on the cabinet diagram. That's just a heavy-duty catch, or snap. The top surface of the dryer pivots at the rear, and opens up like a car hood.
You just insert a large screwdriver (padded with a cloth) at the front left and front right corners, and pry upward. It takes a little grunt, but the snaps will pop free, and you'll be looking downward at the part you need to access.
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