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All RV air conditioners with ceiling plenums have a provision for removing the return-air grille and the filter for cleaning. Check the owner’s manual for specific procedures. Here, the grille in a Coleman-Mach unit is gently pried off.
With the range top removed, access to the pan is easy for cleaning spills and debris. If a burner is plugged, it can be freed by removing one screw and the ignitor wire, and sliding the tube and burner off the manifold.
Other furnaces have exterior access and can be serviced more easily. Removing the outside cover exposes the workings of the furnace, which is a big time-saver when doing maintenance or making repairs.
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