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Old 10-03-2009, 08:55 AM   #1
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Removing the cover of the Freedom 90 Furnace


Folks,
This may seem a bit sad, but I am having the hardest time simply removing the front cover of my American Standard Freedom 90 furnace. Is there some trick I am missing? I had the gas company come start my furnace to begin the heating season last year, and it was ridiculously simple: once he got the cover off. I got the lower part out, but the top piece was latched on firmly. I don't want to pay $250 to have a guy come and follow the instructions that are on the front of the furnace. Who knows the trick to popping off the cover?

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Might try this link:
http://www.americanstandardair.com/H...DY_AUX_ADX.pdf

Not sure if this is your system but the door theory may be the same (be careful, the rest of the info may be wrong for your system!).

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#1Turn power off #2 remove bottom door utilizing door latches #3 Lift up on bottom of top door and once over lip pull towards yourself this should remove upper door from bottom lip and guide door down and your off!
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