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How do you change the filters in a Honeywell F300A-1625 Electronic Air Cleaner ?

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Here is a complete manual.
http://customer.honeywell.com/techlit/pdf/PackedLit/69-0756.pdf

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The link provides you the picture view of pre filter location .

Click the link below

Filter in Honeywell

No 5 displays pre filter



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    click on service and the cleaning

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You have all the instructions here: http://www.cleanairwholesale.com/site/1272068/product/F300A1625

Download the Honeywell F300 Installation Guide - You will find the directions to replace the filters.

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Locate your furnace and the filter compartment. This compartment is normally covered by a strip of metal that slides in and out of place. Step2 Determine the size of the air filter that needs to be replaced. The sizes are noted on the side and usually appear as 16x24 inches and other similar sizes. Step3 Purchase a replacement filter in the size required for your system. There are a variety of filters to choose ranging from the inexpensive standard spun glass filters to pricier synthetic polyester fibers. Step4 Consider high efficiency filters if you live in warmer, dustier climates as they do more than just capture dust particles. The high efficiency filters can trap tiny particles of dust, pollen, mold and other irritants. Step5 Look at hepa filters and filters coated with chemicals to kill bacteria if allergies and other irritants are a concern for your family, . Step6 Use a black permanent marker when you change the filter. When you slide up the metal guard, note the direction of the air flow marked on the side of the old filter and draw arrows in the same direction on the metal guard. This way you will have no question which direction to insert the new filter. Step7 Replace high efficiency filters at least 4 times per year. Read the manufacturer's label as most recommend changing your air filter on a monthly basis. (High efficiency filters do have a longer life expectancy than the less expensive spun-fiber filters.

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