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I just bought a house. The furnace is all elec. 2004 Ruud Achiever 14 air handler. I found only one model # which is UBHK-24J18SFA. I have no books. The people that owned it before passed away. It has a really old electronic filter I can see through. There is not a filter in the unit but there is a spot for one and a tag on the door that reads ''do not operate without filter in place''. I have been told I dont need one and that I do need one. I dont know what kind of filter it takes, if the filter is washable or not, if there is some kind of fram or something that holds the filter, and where can I get the parts I need if any. Thanks for your help!

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Using a electronic air cleaner you don't need a filter they have little pre filters in front of them but those electronic air cleaner are so good at removing dust and hair. I am thinking of getting one. to take the air cleaners take them out every so often and wash them with just your garden hose let them dry and re-install. If you want to replace the air cleaner go get a filter called Air Bear they are made to be a direct replacement for Electronic Air Cleaner units. ken oh by the way air bear's are about 5 inches thick and come in vary sizes.

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