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Calypso front panel removal

How do I remove the front panel to gain access to the pump

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    Need to remove panel to access filter

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Hi If you just need to get to the pump there is a access panel on the bottom.. flip it on its side and unscrew the panel you should be able to get to it... if you can't you can open the top with by pushing a putty knife in the front to push in the two clips and the top will hinge back.. then you can get to the screws to remove the front panel.. let me know how you do .. Thanks

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