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1 filter on the side from return but is there one in the front for the room it resides in ? I see a small channel
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: can't find FURNACE filter
First you have to get the old filter/s out. If not it will cause big problems in a short time. Use a coat hanger to grab the filter if you cant reach it. When you remove the old filter you will probably see how to install new ones. I think more than one filter is required for this furnace. Note the sizes of the old filters and buy the same replacements.
Don't worry about cutting some tape if needed. You can get another roll at any hardware supply. If all else fails, measure the interior of the return box and buy the right size filters. Remember, you must remove the existing filters!
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
SOURCE: I have a Rheem Criterion
Roscoe007 shouldnt speak unless he knows what he is talking about, as a heater installer i am telling you the ignitor needs to be replaced, the very fact that the ignitor does light for about 30 sec than goes out rules out any issue with the themostat, replace the ignitor!
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
The fuel filter is under pressure so be sure to remove the gas cap before attempting to remove the filter. If not you will strip out the nuts. Run your vehicle until the reserve fuel light has been on for 20 or so miles. This way you can let the remaining fuel (1-2 gallons) run into a gas can and you can reuse it. Unscrew the nuts from the gas tank side and the engine side, then install the new filter. The fuel filter is located on the passenger side, almost directly under the front seat, but on the undercarriage. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
By sealed unit you mean that the burner air comes from outside of the house?
You have checked the heat exchanger for cracks by removing the burners and looking with a mirror and flashlight, correct, or had a service tech so?
The furnace burners have enough air and are burning clean (blue) with just a tip of orange at the end? You bought the house new and the fireplace has never been used? If it has been used to clean smoke for the house for whatwever reason I woudl start by havign the ducts cleaned. Another possibility I have seen is insolation inside of ductwork breaking down.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
SOURCE: HINO NO4C MOTOR STALLING
sounds like a fuel tank inspection/flush or replacement is on the horizon.... sometimes dirty fuel has contaminated your tank or the tank itself is rusting from the inside out... either way it needs to be addressed... drain the tank analyse what gets drained for particles and water...send the tank to a radiator shop for a complete boil out/inspection....blow out the lines and replace the filter again along with the fuel bowl etc. after that all should be well?
Posted on May 06, 2010
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