Question about Carrier 52PQ307 Wall/Window Air Conditioner
Check round, most likely you see clips that are use to hold the air conditioner to its panel,unclip them and if it is screws that are used, unscrew the screws, but if none no problem. in most cases, nothing is used.
From the frame of the air condition, check to remove any bracket that is used to affirm the air condition to the wall.
Grip the the air condition by two end sides, lift it gradually and pull back or pull towards you gently. When the air condition is sliding out, you will need a helping hand, get someone to help you lift it so that you can both drop it gently on the floor.
With this, you can now carry out your repair.
Posted on May 26, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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