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I cleaned the filter in my Goodman furnace/ac unit and now I'm not sure as to which way it show go back in!

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  • luannebain Oct 22, 2008

    The filter actually slides in on its edge; the furnace (where the motor and where the pilot light is located) is on the left and there is a large duct leading from the filter up thru the ceiling. Is the air blowing from the furnace toward the duct and up to the ceiling, or is that the duct work that brings the air to the furnace?

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Should have an arrow on one side showing air flow, if the filter is under the blower the arrow should point up, if you have a filter rack in your wall the arrow should point in, in otherwords the arrow should always point in the direction of air flow

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