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Old 06-07-2011, 12:56 PM   #1
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Duo Therm Plastic Cover

I need to remove the inside plastic cover that holds the return grill to clean the ceiling around it. When the grill is removed, 2 front screws are visible to remove the plastic, but don't know how the rear portion is attached.

There are 2 round inserts in the rear of the plastic cover. Do those pop out to get to the screws and if so will they be gouged up getting them removed? Or does this come off some other way?



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They pop out - pretty easily. I use the corner of a single edge razor blade. Small gouge but not bad.............

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They pop out - pretty easily. I use the corner of a single edge razor blade. Small gouge but not bad.............
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