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Ptac grille Did you ever find out about the grille installation. I have the exactsame problem. It makes no sense. It doesn't seem to fit properlynever matter how you do it. Thanks! Shawn

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Call up this company and they will send you a easy installation kit its about $15 and sure beats fiddling around with the grille. www.airventproducts.com

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