Cabinet toe kick
We are first time home buyers, so everything is a new experience. Our dishwasher just broke and needs to be replaced. Unfortunately, the toe kick for the kitchen cabinet is in one continuous line across in front of the sink and dishwasher. It needs to be removed in order to replace the dishwasher. There were a couple of nails that we removed trying to get it off -- no luck. It appears to be glued to the cabinet base in front of the sink.
The part of the toe kick in front of the dishwasher has some give to it, but there is a lip on the adjacent cabinet that is not allowing the toe kick to slip under.
Any ideas? We'd break the toe kick into pieces if we could but it doesn't seem to have a good access point, especially since the lip is preventing us from getting leverage. Is there a saw we could use to cut the kick plate or a way to dissolve the glue?