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Hi, I've an older but great friedrich Quietmaster SS12J10. The front grill is held in place by two separate white plastic holders that screw into the actual unit, that the grill then "clips" onto. I need to replace both plastic little units. Would you know where I can I find these parts? (Otherwise the front grill doesn't stay on.) Thanks very much. Elijah

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As you requested here is a parts order #
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If its in stock they usually get it to you next day if you ask!

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