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WARNING: Turn off and disconnect the unit before working.
(1) Remove the grille by sliding it to the left until it stops and then pull it towards you.(fig.1)
Next lift and unhook the bottom of the air filter and remove it. (fig.2) Unscrew the screw fixing the front panel to the chassis. Keep the screw as it will be used later.
(2) Close the grille firmly, and remove the front panel by pulling the front panel at the lower corners towards you for about 3 cm (1" ). Then lift it up and pull it towards you. (Fig.3)
(1) Unscrew the 2 stopper screws at the back of the cabinet. (Fig.4) Unscrew the stopper screw from the angle at the front of the chassis. Slide the angle to the left and remove the angle. (Fig.4) Keep the screw and angle as they will be used later in Step 6. (2) Slide the chassis out from the cabinet by pulling on the hand hold located at the bottom center of the chassis. (Fig.4)