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Where are the filters?

I have taken the bulb out and am looking all around the innards of this thing and do not see anything that looks like filter media anywhere. Where are the filters located, and how do i get to them?

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They are usualy located at the vents and above the lamp housing

Posted on May 05, 2008

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