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Time 2 Play Posted - Apr 29 2009 : 08:18:26
Recently purchased a 1997 3075 Rouge and we love the boat! One of the last clean up items on my list is to clean the coil and perform general maintenance on the A/C unit. Does anyone have any info. on what is the best way to remove or gain better access to the unit other then removing the return air grill, (very limited access through the grill)?
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Time 2 Play Posted - Apr 29 2009 : 11:07:57
Thank you for the info!
abalmuth Posted - Apr 29 2009 : 10:25:51
Unless a RO with your model jumps in with details I would call the Cruisers Owners desk at 866 734 2770 or 920 834 2211 Frank & Keith in Cust. service are a wealth of information

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