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Q: How do I adjust the side ventilators?

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How do I adjust the side ventilators?

A: The side ventilators can be adjusted to con...

The side ventilators can be adjusted to control the direction and flow of the air. Manually adjust the ventilators by rotating them, and folding them open or closed.

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