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How to clean

I am trying to clean the heater and can not figure out how to remove the heater cover.  Please help.

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Re: How to clean

On mine, which is the same model, the entire white cover comes off. It should be secured to the wall with a screw (mine was in the bottom and was visible once the lower door was opened. Once the screw was removed the entire white cover lifted right off.

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Re: How to clean

Should be screw in between the louver on the front panel. the top may come off after loosening a few screws that hold the cover on.

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