Question about Heating & Cooling
I have return air grille in my ceiling. I would like to clean the filter but I cannot get the grille open as it seems to be jammed shut. There is a single knob/screw but I cannot unscrew it; it simply spins. I don't want to pull the knob too hard in case the whole unit comes out of the ceiling.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if the closet the inside unit is in is vented to the house the filter should be inside the unit at the top or bottom.
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
SOURCE: Furnace seems starved for air
Had this problem last year and found that a well meaning painter had put a filter in the return when he had it off to paint the wall. The system had a filter at the furnace intake that was being changed regularly so the homeowner never looked further. If you have multiple returns, check that one is not blocked in some manner. Mainly think back to what has changed in the home since the issue started that might give you a clue. The HVAC system will only blow a certain amount of air and if there was no issue before and it suddenly started its not in the equipment but rather in the air returning to it.
Posted on Dec 31, 2009
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