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Old 01-24-2023, 06:35 PM   #41
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And you can see from rear grill through to out the front grill?

I guess Iím not getting where you took that picture from. I havenít disassembled mine, I can just see that the duct sticks all the way down from the ceiling to the grill.


Edit: mine doesnít really blow any air out the front. Ever. So, I was thinking that maybe ours has this installation errorÖ
Remove the air filters and you can get a pretty good look. Thatís also whatís needed to remove the cover, to get to the 4 screws. Be careful with the air filter cover, it is beyond tricky.
Reach in and play with the front air flow lever while itís running, see if that helps your troubleshooting.

But there are different Mach 10 models, this is how the one I have is set up and I'm happy with its performance.
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Old 01-24-2023, 09:28 PM   #42
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This what my model looks like, everything is working well.

Yeah, that's interesting. Mine was exactly like the one in the video, but it looks like yours has some sort of metal flange around the opening.

If you have a minute, would you mind sharing a picture of what the cover on yours looks like when it's installed?
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Old 01-24-2023, 09:31 PM   #43
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And you can see from rear grill through to out the front grill?

I guess Iím not getting where you took that picture from. I havenít disassembled mine, I can just see that the duct sticks all the way down from the ceiling to the grill.


Edit: mine doesnít really blow any air out the front. Ever. So, I was thinking that maybe ours has this installation errorÖ

Yeah, mine didn't blow any air out one end, and very little out the other. (can't remember whether it was the front or back end with no flow). Once I trimmed the duct, I got good airflow out the front and back.
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Old 01-25-2023, 10:13 AM   #44
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Remove the air filters and you can get a pretty good look. Thatís also whatís needed to remove the cover, to get to the 4 screws. Be careful with the air filter cover, it is beyond tricky.
Reach in and play with the front air flow lever while itís running, see if that helps your troubleshooting.

But there are different Mach 10 models, this is how the one I have is set up and I'm happy with its performance.
Ah, the air filters are on the intake side of the ducting ( or baffling, whatever ). Hugh trimmed the excess off the exhaust side. I see excess on the exhaust side of ours. Iíll remove the filters and get a better look over the weekend.
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Old 01-25-2023, 10:32 AM   #45
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Yeah, that's interesting. Mine was exactly like the one in the video, but it looks like yours has some sort of metal flange around the opening.

If you have a minute, would you mind sharing a picture of what the cover on yours looks like when it's installed?
This is it-
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Old 01-25-2023, 11:07 AM   #46
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This is it-
Great, thanks for the pics. I went back and took some more pics of mine, and it actually looks the same as yours. (I remembered it differently )

Here's a pic of what mine looks like after trimming, with the bottom cover installed and removed.
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