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Old 08-24-2014, 03:33 PM   #1
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Question And speaking of Screens

I have a MaxxAire on my forward fan. I want to clean the fan screen and the inside of the vent but can't figure out how to remove it?

It has two small screws on either side Check
And a screw to remove the handle Check

But it seems to be stuck in place on one side??
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Hum my Fantastic fan screen just's snaps in. Granted it is a tight fit but a good yank and it's out.
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It has two small screws on either side Check
And a screw to remove the handle Check
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On mine, I also have to remove the 4 screws from the inside plastic trim to be able to drop the screens inside.
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Old 08-25-2014, 09:18 PM   #4
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I am not taking about the MaxxAire fan itself. I have the one that covers the existing Sunline screened vent where there was no fan.

So are we taking the same thing here, the Sunline screen? I only found 2 screws?

Maybe I need to take a picture, never can hurt!

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On mine, I also have to remove the 4 screws from the inside plastic trim to be able to drop the screens inside.
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These pics may help.

Starts like this


Take the 4 screws out of the plastic surround. This needs to come out first


Then looks like this. Then take the 2 screws out buried up in the sides


Looks like this


Here is the vent with out the screen.


Some times the screen sort of clips onto the metal center divider if I recall right. I thought I had to pull it to one side to unhook and then it came down. It does not always come down when just the 2 screws are out.

You can see the small metal tabs at the very end of the center metal member. Those little tabs hook onto the plastic screen part. These are Ventline brand vents


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This may also help as it has some more pic's

Turbo Maxx Power Roof Vent Install (With Pic's)
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THAT helps!

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These pics may help.

Starts like this


Take the 4 screws out of the plastic surround. This needs to come out first


Then looks like this. Then take the 2 screws out buried up in the sides


Looks like this


Here is the vent with out the screen.


Some times the screen sort of clips onto the metal center divider if I recall right. I thought I had to pull it to one side to unhook and then it came down. It does not always come down when just the 2 screws are out.

You can see the small metal tabs at the very end of the center metal member. Those little tabs hook onto the plastic screen part. These are Ventline brand vents


Hope this helps

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You all doin it the hard way. Open vent all the way, Take a leaf blower inside and blast the heck out of it. The stuff will get out the same way it got in.
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You betcha I would If I had a leaf blower! Maybe I can borrow yours?

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You betcha I would If I had a leaf blower! Maybe I can borrow yours?
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