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Filter light is on

My filter light just came on as well. No clue what the problem is.

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  • craiggear Jul 13, 2009

    I lost my manual, and the manufacturer does not have a website. Thank you for the peace of mind though, that you think it is just a timed reminder to check the filter. Filter seems o.k.



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It is a timed report set up when the stat was first set up, it is a reminder to check your filter because of the amount of on time of the unit, the unit should still operate properly, you just need to change/inspect your filter, you can reset this reminder to go off the instructions are in your manual for your stat or online at the manufactures website

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