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Depending on how hold your furnace is it will be a door you pull off of your furnace to access the filter or the filter will slide in a slot on the side of your furnace. Either way it is simply removing the old one and sliding a new one in.

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The thermostat is just indicating that your furnace filter needs to be replaced. There is not a filter on the thermostat. Go to your furnace, there should be a door that is concealing the filter or there will be a slot on the side that has the furnace filter in it. Pull it out and the size will be written on it clearly. YOu can get a filter at any hardware store or home improvement store.

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On the thermostat the "filter"


Thermostats used in homes sometimes have a timer built in which will remind you to change your furnace filter. Most of them can be adjusted or disabled. The thermostat has no way of knowing whether the filter is actually dirty, it just reminds you every so often by flashing "filter" on the display.

It is possible to reset the timer, or adjust how often it appears, or disable it completely. Exactly how to do that depends on the make and model of your thermostat. Often, it is simply a case of holding two buttons at the same time for a few seconds.

As to why the furnace doesn't come on, there can be many reasons. The problem likely is not the "filter" flashing on the display of your thermostat. Try resetting the breakers that service the furnace unit itself. Make sure that the thermostat is set to "heat" and the setting is turned up. If the thermostat uses batteries (most do these days), replace them.

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