Question about Heating & Cooling
There is a good chance it is supposed to be in the door to the furnace and held in with thin metal rods like coat hangers. the air pulls through the door. you but the cut to fit style filter element. good luck
Posted on Nov 20, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: mobile home furnace
you probably have a bad thermostat if it wont shut down id replace the thermostat first and then have the thermocoupler checked...replace the thermostat
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
If you don't have a filter "rack" installed then you have to remove the blower housing door. Usually the filter is there if it is not located in the house where the return air supply is. Some units have a filter in what is called a return air filter grill. If there isn't a filter already installed in the unit then you will have to measure the inside dimensions and then use one that is similar in size. It's not imperative that you use the exact same size. You just want to cover the opening of the unit. If you don't have central air conditioning, then it's not necessary to use a filter.
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
On these of Furnaces the filters mount on the door. Remove the door you will notice grill on front. There should be a track on the back of the front door to slide filters down. Should take 2 filters.
Posted on Dec 06, 2009
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There are a couple of places to start looking.......the first place is in the return grille. If it is not in the return grille, then the filter should be in the Intertherm unit itself.......look for an access panel marked "filter".
Posted on May 18, 2010
Check the website for Coleman/Intertherm for a manual, you will need the model and serial numbers of the unit. The filters for these typically sit on top of the unit, some come with frames, some lay directly on the coil. If you can't find a manual on the website or by contacting the company, check the yellow pages some towns have a mobile home supply house that would be able to help.
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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