- Ensure that the radiator is switched off and unplugged.
- Remove the trim that covers each side of the radiator. If these pieces are screwed into place, use the screwdriver to remove them. Otherwise a small crowbar can be used to pry them out.
- Remove the fasteners that hold the inlet bezels into place. An inlet bezel is the porous cover of your radiator that allows air to come through.
How to Remove a Radiator Cover
A radiator cover is there to protect the inside of the radiator and to help distribute the air evenly. After a long time, though, your radiator may be starting to make noise as the air blows through it, or perhaps you simply feel the cover is a little outdated. These are indicators that it is time to remove the radiator cover - either for cleaning purposes or to replace it entirely.
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