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Look for 2/3 small plastic covers for screws just under the louver(s) one at each end of the air discharge opening and one in the centre (maybe). Pry these off gently with a small screwdriver and you will see the screws underneath. Remove the louver first to make access easier. There may also be a screw in the centre just above the louver.
Once all the screws are out, the cover should lift up easily from the bottom and then release from the top clips. If it doesn't come off easily, you may have missed a screw.
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I show that your Frigidaire air conditioner FAA067P7A has a cooling capacity of 6,000 BTU's. I hope this information helps to some degree. If you need further assistance, please feel free to reconnect.
Get yourself up to the machine on a safe platform. Remove any covers that will come off easy, or tie them up out of the way. Remov e the filters. Often the whole front can be removed by just taking out a couple of screws.
Once exposed, look for something out of place. Put the louver back where it belongs to see how the hinge works. It may have jumped out of it's proper position. Ease it back in position and check it for freedom of movement. If it looks good, put it all back together.
There is a product on the market that will prevent mold from growing in your air conditioner.You should be able to find it at a refrigeration supply house.Just take the product and place it in the area where the water collects.There is also a product to help you clean your unit of contaminants on the heat exchanger surfaces.It simply sprays on,and can be later rinsed off.Its usually a straight forward matter to remove the cover from an air conditioner.Usually no more than 4 screws.Some units will slide out of their covers,after removing the screws that keep them locked in place,and some covers simply lift off from the rest of the unit once the screws are removed.In either case the rest of the unit minus the cover will remain intact,and can be cleaned.Cleaning the unit will almost always make it work better too,so your killing two birds with one stone.
I have had to clean mine on a yearly basis. On mine once I have the cover off, I can remove a couple more screws, disconnect the baffle motor and the drain connection and pull the drain pan off to gain access to the barrel fan. The first time I cleaned it with a small bottle brush and bleach water. I scrubbed each fin individually, alot of work! I used a pressure bottle(for the garden with wand) to rinse the fan. Then the next year I used a Shark Steamer to clean and kill the mold, still alot of work but easier then scrubbing. I am going to try rinsing it more often with white vinegar to kill the mold.
I have a maytag ac unit that kept smelling moldy. We tried spraying with antifungal, only helped for a short time. I took the unit (ac unit slides out of window case) outside and carefully removed screws only to discover the fan was covered in mold!!!! Oh my what a horrible discovery! I washed the fan blades with bleach and water mix. I completely and carefully washed and wiped down the air conditioner careful around the control box. Then I let the unit sit outside in the sun untill completel dry. Good bye mold and fresh clean cool ac!! I will do this each year now that I saw that ugly mold!! That is definetly a health hazard! I would reccommend you either thouroughly clean your unit or pay someone to do it or get a new unit right away!! Don't use that moldy unit another day!! Good Luck!