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MPV 2002. Black particles come out from air vents

I have a MPV 2002. Heat comes out from the front air vents, np, but also these black particles. No burn smell... help

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I get the feeling this is the first time you've used the heater? Its probably accumulated dust. As long as you don't get a burning smell or smell exhaust fumes you should be ok after a few hours use.

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