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    Robert Horton May 11, 2010

    Hi, this is a 2 ton through the wall/window unit, or 24,000 btu, 8.5eer unit. As the evap. coil is across the front, the front as well and the surrounding case will have to be removed to excess compressor and evaporator/condenser fan motor. It may be better to remove it for ease of working on it. There is no easy way, but most of these unit can be excessed by sliding off the outer housing. This is also a 3-speed cooling motor. Best of Luck and contact me if more assistance is needed. Sincerely, Shastalaker7 PS, the front panel will have to be removed, but do not try and remove any coils.The outer panel will slide off.



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Take off the front cover and the fan will be exposed

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