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Old 01-28-2018, 06:30 PM   #1
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Cool 1999 Chieftain heater access.

I can't fine a way to open the out side panel where the heater is. I can see it has a hinge and screws on the bottom, but can't get it to open. Anybody know how?it maybe just sealants, there is alot on everything I worked on do far.
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After removing the screws along the bottom, you then need to remove the screws holding the intake and exhaust ports. Then you can hinge it up, and see the next set of screws. 8^0
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thanks.I have taken the screws off on the bottom and exhaust.the cover didn't open I wasn't sure if there were other attaching hard ware before I monkeyed Whit it too much. I will make a new attack when the sun comes up thank you very much for your answers
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