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Need to access inside of Carrier air conditioner.

Carrier Thru-Wall/Window Air Conditioner/ heater...Need to access the inside front fins for cleaning. How do I get in there?After I romove everything easily removable - like the front, the cover, etc., there is a styrofoam piece that doesn't seem to come out that is blocking.Thanks!

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After removing the cover and filter, you should be able to see the fins for cleaning. If there is styrofoam in front of the coil, it should not be there for proper operation.

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