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The styrofoam in the a/c duct seems to be affixed. Is this part of the unit or should it be taken out?

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If it's in front of the air ducts at the top of the unit, Yes! Be sure what you're seeing is not the filter. If all else fails, consult your Owners Manual.

Posted on Mar 21, 2011

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