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Q: How do I adjust the vents?

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How do I adjust the vents?

A: The vents can be adjusted to control the di...

The vents can be adjusted to control the direction of the air. To adjust a vent, manually push it in any direction. Rotate the thumbwheel next to the vent to open or close the vent.

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