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I too cannot find the Vent Control Lever for my Kenmore 580.kenmore air conditioner model number is: 580.75251800. I DO see in the owners manual WHERE the lever should be, however, I do NOT see the vent control lever, nor ostesibly WHERE the vent can be, bought the unit new in 2009 from SEARS, anyone have any ideas?

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If it has one and it is not broken off it will be directly below the grill that the conditioned air comes out from

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