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TM  5-4120-361-14 b. Installation. Refer to figure b. Service Fresh Air Filter. Flush 4-1 and install evaporator inlet and the-filter (in the damper door vent outlet louvers. screen pocket) with clear water and dry. NOTE 4-8. Damper Door Vent Screen and Fresh Air  Filter. The fresh air filter is a 1/2- inch thick piece of cellulose a. Removal. Refer to figure 4-5 and sponge 4 inches wide and 6 remove damper door vent screen with fil- inches long, inserted into the ter. vent door screen. NOTE : DO NOT REMOVE FRESH AIR FILTER FROM SCREEN POCKET -- FLUSH FILTER WITH CLEAN WATER AND DRY THROUGHLY. Figure  4-5. Damper door vent screen and fresh air filters, removal and installation c. Installation. Refer to figure 4-5 and install vent door screen with filter. 4-9. Mist Eliminator. a. Removal. (1) Refer to figure 4-4 and remove top  front  cover. (2) Refer to figure 4-6 and lift out mist eliminator. b. Inspection and Service. (1) Inspect the face area of the mist eliminator for breaks, or any other physical damage, and clogged areas. (2) Although the mist eliminator should not require any service normally, it may become clogged and dirty. The cleaning procedure is the same as for servicing the fresh air filter (para 4-3). 4-5

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