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No, it would be very dangerous to attempt to do this. The panel is situated on the roof and there are no user serviceable parts inside. The heat transfer pipe is filled with a glycol solution and reaches a maximum working pressure
of 600kPa. The heat transfer pipe reaches temperatures in excess of boiling point so, for example touching it, will cause severe burns. Treat it with the same caution as you would treat a pan of boiling water.  
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