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Have old fedders a/c and heater. Seems to rub on something when using and makes noise. Need to remove front or back cover to see what is making noise. Can't find anyway to remove either cover. Please help. Have a great day!

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All depends how old. The 70's and 80's models slid out of the case. If this is what you have, take the front off and slide the unit out of the case. If it had screws to take out, they would be around the bottom of the unit.

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