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Parts Hi there, I am looking for parts, do you know where I can find the Exhaust tuble and the exhaust tube adapter and the window panel? My brother gave me this AC and it is brand new and I'm missing these parts...Can you help?

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    I am having the same problem.  Google isn't being too helpful. 

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Google the model #. Then search for parts by proper names. You may even find an image of selected parts.

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