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Old 03-19-2017, 12:11 PM   #1
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how to take off ac duct vent in 30ds

ok, so i should understand how to do this, but i can't..... The duct vents are screwed into the ceiling so it appears the only way to take it off for cleaning, viewing obstruction in the duct is to figure how how to take the swivel part off/the inside part with rorates 360. any ideas, my finger is pointed to the seam in which i believe i need to manipulate.Click image for larger version

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Old 03-19-2017, 12:34 PM   #2
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ok, so i should understand how to do this, but i can't..... The duct vents are screwed into the ceiling so it appears the only way to take it off for cleaning, viewing obstruction in the duct is to figure how how to take the swivel part off/the inside part with rorates 360. any ideas, my finger is pointed to the seam in which i believe i need to manipulate.Attachment 132184


They will unsnap from the base with moderate gentle prying with a flat tip screwdriver. If I remember correctly there are 3 maybe 4 catches.
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thx larry, not the outer part as that apppears screwed in, but rather the rotating part. you saying put the flathead and pry where my finger is at ( the seam), or rather go into the louvers on two opposite ends and manipulate the clips that appear to be "hanging" on the shelf which allows it to rotate ( try to pry those off the ledge)?
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Old 03-19-2017, 12:53 PM   #4
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The rotating portion has a center pin that snaps into a hole in the flange. Carefully pull or pry it off putting even outward pressure on the center of the director. Once it is off, you can simply remove the screws that secure the flange to the wall/ceiling. It simply snaps back in when done.
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Old 03-19-2017, 02:50 PM   #5
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thx larry, not the outer part as that apppears screwed in, but rather the rotating part. you saying put the flathead and pry where my finger is at ( the seam), or rather go into the louvers on two opposite ends and manipulate the clips that appear to be "hanging" on the shelf which allows it to rotate ( try to pry those off the ledge)?


Sounds like flybob has a different setup than me. There are 3 tabs on each side, 6 total. You can see them if you look through the vent. I had removed mine to spray foam and and block off the duct area ahead of the forward and aft vents. It's a dead area and it increased my cooling capacity very much.
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yea i see those 3 tabs on ea end. almost like you need a hook to pry them off the ledge they ride on. a flat head screwdriver doesnt seem the easiest methos if at all
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yea i see those 3 tabs on ea end. almost like you need a hook to pry them off the ledge they ride on. a flat head screwdriver doesnt seem the easiest methos if at all


Your absolutely correct! It takes a bit of persuasion!
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yea i see those 3 tabs on ea end. Almost like you need a hook to pry them off the ledge they ride on. A flat head screwdriver doesnt seem the easiest methos if at all


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yea i see those 3 tabs on ea end. almost like you need a hook to pry them off the ledge they ride on. a flat head screwdriver doesnt seem the easiest methos if at all
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you da man Larry!!
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