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We have a Dometic Duo Therm airconditioner on our RV. The model number is 620515.331. When I climbed up on the step ladder to have a look at the roof of the coach, I noticed that encircling the unit, it looks like a kingsize bird's nest replete with twigs, grass, etc. Nothing seems to be alive in there, so we can only hope that all this stuff was sucked into it when the air was on. We have only used it a few times. We have no manual with the info from the RV dealer. Can we take the screws out that go around the cover and get at the shrubbery?

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Yes once you remove the screws the shroud should come right off. The cover is just that, the cover for the unit. You might think about putting some screening around the opening to keep this material out.

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