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Furnace Air Filter-looking for air filter location on aquaderm indoor furnace

I am unable to locate the location of the air filter for Aqua Therm indoor furnace model 24UAQ3

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Check the thermostat and see that it is set to the cooling mode. Outside unit may not be powered up, check breakers for A/C and insure that it is turned on.

Posted on Apr 29, 2008

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SOURCE: no air blowing through ducts

If the inside fan motor is still running but you have no air flow it could be low refrigerant charge, dirty evaporator coil, or just leaving the temperature set point to low over night when it was cooler outside, causing the evaporator to freeze up stopping the air flow. Once the evaporator coil has started to collect ice it must be completely defrosted before the problem can be corrected.
Example, It could be that your coil froze due to a dirty filter, which you have now replaced, but the evaporator coil has not had a chance to completely defrost.
I would turn off the A/C but set the fan to on for at least four hours, if you can see the drain from the unit wait until not even a drop of water is coming from it. Then turn the A/C back on and check it, it is important to leave the A/C off the full defrost time, if it is turned on even for a few minutes at a time it will never defrost.
After you restart the A/C if it cools ok for a while then does the same thing again it is probably low refrigerant charge and you should have a service company check it.

Posted on May 22, 2009

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SOURCE: too much water condensation

Check your condensate drain. It could be plugged. Or perhaps you have a crack in the drain pan.

Posted on Jun 21, 2009

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look for a cover that covers the a A coil.take the small 1/4 in screws out and carefully remove the covers or cover if you have access do both sides. my basement has enough room to get to both sides. my house tlr you can only do one side. look for a drain hole blow it out with a air hose or garden hose run a wire if you have to.

Posted on Aug 01, 2009

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verymuch so it is clogged up , now open system treat drain pan with bleach ,blow out two lines if there are available but if theres only one treat that on ,then treat the coils clean an treat them after cleaning pour little bleach in the bottom of the pan

Posted on May 24, 2010

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