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Where do the filters go on the Intertherm MGH055AB?

I moved into a modular home. It has an Intertherm
Furnace which is collecting lots of dust and spreading it throughout the house. The filters were not in it. Does anyone know what kind of filters I need to purchase and where they should be placed?
Thanks, Kathie

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The filters on an Intertherm usually go on the inside of the front panel

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