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How to remove plastic front to clean

I found one screw inside but no others, front won't come off to clean unit? preference plus series hwr 10xc3

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    It is a press fit. need fan puller

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I will tell you that every brand has a different way of removing the front face cover. I sell the Haier Central Heat Pumps and Air Condioners and repair window units. Click Here for the user guide=> HWR10XCA
Most fronts come off after pulling the front cover facing from the top as the bottom is sitting into clips. Most are but you removed a screw fromsomewhere and it just may be only one tha keeps it snug so the cover will remain firm. Here is a link to=> Haier America and thier contact link=> Contact Us and their=> Hot Line

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