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Removing old air conditioner

I am trying to take out and install a new air conditioner; however, I am having a difficult time removing the field lock which will not release the air conditioner in either direction. The field lock is a metal strip that is screwed into the AC, but mine seemed to be screwed in upside down as all I see is a post with threads. Any odeas? Please?

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