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I don't know how to clean the filter


pay a pool guy to show you how, there is hundreds of filters out there and they all have there little tricks to do it right . you might just find it smarter to have a pro take care of your pool. .. jay

Sep 16, 2012 | Sta Rite Pool & Spa

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I don"t know what model


If the filter looks like metal mesh, you can clean it in a tub of soapy water. If it looks like cotton, you'll need to get a new one. You can pick one up at Home Depot et al. Either bring in the old one or get the measurements of it to give to the salespeople.

Aug 22, 2011 | Heating & Cooling

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How do I take out the filter of an Amana wall ac. to clean it. Thelight keep coming on and I don't know how to take it out to clean it.


THE FRONT TOP OF THE COVER LIFTS UP AND THERE THE FILTERS ARE, THEY USUALLY HAVE A TAB TO GRAB HOLD OF .J

Jul 28, 2011 | Amana PTC123B35AE Air Conditioner

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Water looks cloudy i think i need to clean the filters but cannot find instruction manual so don,t know how or were the filters are


Hi johnmatinau,

Please look at my Tip I wrote about how to ensure your dishwasher is washing correctly, it will tell you where the filters are situated. I'd suggest you clean the dishwasher like this once every month, and the filter after every wash:

CLICK HERE - > DISHWASHER NOT CLEANING WELL...

Hope it helps

Regards

JEDEMEYER

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Jul 09, 2011 | Dishwashers

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What part number for the filter


call your auto parts store, we don't know if it's the air filter, fuel filter, oil filter, cabin filter, pvc system filter, transmission filter, p/s filter, don't know what kind of car, size of engine, need to know more information that I NEED A FILTER.

Jun 24, 2011 | Chevrolet Impala Cars & Trucks

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I have a signal saying to check the filter. I know where the vent is and the lint collector, but I do not have the book and I don't know where to find the filter.


The flashing filter light is just a reminder to check the filter before running the unit. If the filter screen is clean, then no need to be concerned about it.

Jun 10, 2011 | LG DLE5977 Electric Dryer

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Describe what is needed for a tune up, 165000 miles on it and never has had plugs, etc. replaced!


For the plugs- use A/C Delco 41-103 Our I6 engine loves these, a little more per plug, but will idle better than other brands.
Air Filter
Fuel Filter
Clean your throttle body (you'll notice the biggest difference with a clean throttle body).
Transmission flush and change the filter (Use GM's new Dextron 6, it's used in all 2010 vehicles and newer now, supposedly a big improvement over the Dextron 3)
Differential oil should be changed
If 4x4, and you use it a lot, change the transfer case fluid also.
Check your serpentine belt and replace if needed.
With that many miles on it (yeah I should be talking 180k on mine!) you should check out all your bushings. If you are hearing any sounds or squeaks, let me know, I know what they are.
I wouldn't worry about your timing chain, ours is bullet proof, don't know any TB owners that have needed to change them, even at 200k +.

These are just the basics, if you have any other questions, don't hesitate to ask me. Good luck!

May 16, 2011 | 2005 Chevrolet TrailBlazer

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Clean the filter my machine says but l don't know where the filter is on the machine


Please post the model number for your machine. Without the model number, there is no way that anyone can tell you where the filter is for your machine.

May 08, 2011 | Washing Machines

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Pressure on the EC65 is always high


Certainly sounds like a filter problem. Here's a couple of things to try.#1. i don't know how you cleaned the filters but clean them again with a good filter cleaner/degreaser.#2. After a good cleaning, get a bucket large enough to hold the filter fingers in and give them an acid bath. They recommend a 20 to 1 ratio of water to acid (muriatic) but I personally don' think thats strong enough. Use a good amount of acid and let the fingers soak for a good ten or fifteen minutes. (always add acid to water, not water to acid) Rinse and reassemble filter. If that does'nt solve problem, I think it's time to replace filter.

Jun 17, 2010 | Hayward EC65 Extended Cycle DE In Ground...

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How do I clean the filters


Generic problem for all Vacuums
How do I clean the
How do I clean the filters?
Comment by Avonb, posted on Apr 22, 2008 I have a Bagless twin clean, thought I was cleaning the filters but apparently not, the manual is very vague

I would advise you to ALWAYS to FIRST UNPLUG YOUR VACUUM before beginning any service procedure.
Not knowing the Model # or Brand name, it is a good idea that you can vacuum of the filters, if you have a blower – you can blow off the dirt from the filters, some filters are washable and you can clean them by washing them and letting them dry completely before you re-install the filters. Idea? If you have an old paint brush, that is ideal to clean off HEPA filters or cartridge filters or use a blower to clean off the dirt. You need to be the best judge on how to clean the filters. You can check the company’s website for the brand name such as:
http://www.hoover.com ---- example given
Don – The Vac Man

Apr 22, 2008 | Vacuums

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