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Old 03-21-2015, 02:33 PM   #1
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I own a 1974 , 31 ft. Sovereign. Can someone enlighten me as to how to change the filter over the stove? No where does there appear any way to do it.
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Old 03-21-2015, 04:02 PM   #2
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Remove a screw located at the center on each end. Then pry an maneuver the whole unit out. Frame and all.
There is not "a replaceable filter" it is a metal filter unit. Which can be washed. It is really not a filter as much as it is a grease trap to prevent the grease from building up in the exhaust vent. I would use Simple Green or similar product. Soak it and rinse.


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[QUOTE=torchflame;1596449]I own a 1974 , 31 ft. Sovereign. Can someone enlighten me as to how to change the filter over the stove? No where does there appear any way to do it. Thank you, TG Twinkie, but there are no visible ways to do this. If I pry out the grease filter, it will damage it, I want to be able to put it back. HELLP!!!
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Post a pic. If it is like mine there is a screw at each end. Once removed. I had to do some jostling to get it out. I did get it out and back in without damage. The whole frame comes out with the grease trap.


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