Changing Furnace Filters?

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Furnace filters are removable filter that can fit in the heating system unit between the setting of air intake and the motor, fan and heating coil. To change the furnace filter, identify the service panel and switch off the furnace. Then check the area that has a lot of dust and clean it up. Next, use a hose to rinse away the dust particles and finally, fix it up.
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1. Locate your filter. In a forced air system, it will be in your air return. In a gas or electric furnace, it will be in the furnace unit. 2. Remove the filter from the unit carefully
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To find out where you furnace filter is located you can look somewhere before the fan. The filter is located upstream of the air handler in the duct system. You can find more information
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turn off power to furnace and remove the bottom door to the blower compartment,the filter should be on the right side of the blower housing or it may be directly below the blower
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