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No exhaust in ductless mode

Fan operates well but there is no exhaust vented into the room from the slot in the top face plate. Installation instructions reference re-positioning "side panels for ductless operation" but I can't find them. Even Jenn Air tech support couldn't find them. Do these act as a damper to re-direct airflow through that slot? How do I re-position them? Where are they? Help!

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you will sede then you need to turn then 90 degrees to vent out

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