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Coil Dirty How do you remove the front cover. Most just snap off. Do you have to remove some screws somewhere?

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I have water leaking, where is the plug to drain it?

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I'm assuming you mean to clean the evaporator coil. Some of these covers are hard to remove. Sometimes you have to disconnect the condensate drain and you may even have to cut some of the sheetmetal away from the cover. Other times, it comes apart in two pieces. There generally about 6 or 8 screws holding the front cover on. I hope this helps but here is a good website you may be able to go to for more info or just send me a note if you have any questions.

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