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There is dust build up inside the unit and I want to clean it out. How do I do this?

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Unscrew the front plastic panel. Clean the air filter with warm water and dry for 10 minutes. Take a used tooth brush and a mug with water. Dip the brush in water and then clean the coil gently. After complete the full area of the coil. wait for 5 minutes, and then blow it with blower. It may increase the cooling effect by 40 to 60%. Thanks.

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