Sep 02, 2021 5:10 pm
I would like to replace the evap cooling vents as they are discolouring and dirty.
But I'm finding it difficult to detach the ceiling vent cover. It's one of the 4 way directional types. I've managed to take out the seperate sections, but when it comes to the housing, nothing I do seems to make it budge. I don't want to force anything for risk of damaging the plasterboard. Please see photos:
The closeup photos shows what I assume to be what's clipping it all together. But how do I undo it without braking anything? Everything feels stiff, probably from decades of not being touched.
On that same note, I can't find a way to remove the ducted heating vents too. This time it's harder to see deeper in because of the fixed design. Please see photo:
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