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Old 04-03-2016, 06:37 PM   #1
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Cool Removing Interior Circular Heating Vent Grill

I'd like to get at some debris in one of my inside heating ducts.

The debris is about 18" in from a 4" round wall vent outlet. My problem is the vent has an attached circular louvered rotating grill ring that conceals the vent mounting screws.

How can I remove the grill ring to get access to the duct? It looks to be attached to the vent housing itself via some type of attachment mechanism in the rear center of the grill ring.

I'm afraid to try force for fear of breaking something.

Anyone know how to remove that louvered grill
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Old 04-03-2016, 08:13 PM   #2
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On my FR3 the round vents have a white clip on ring that covers the screws. I used a small flat blade screw driver to pry up one side gently. Then it will pop off one side and you can work your way around. Mine has I think there snaps.


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On my FR3 the round vents have a white clip on ring that covers the screws. I used a small flat blade screw driver to pry up one side gently. Then it will pop off one side and you can work your way around. Mine has I think there snaps.


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Thanks, but my vents are different. I think they are made by JR products part no. HV2BK A. I still see no way to remove the grill without destroying it. It appears to be one of those one-way easy 'snap-in' parts, with no way for removal
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