I made the huge mistake of trusting the Delonghi Accessories website. The white accordion 3M filter for PACL90 is $37.95 and is NOT on the website. I saw only one Pinguino filter on there and ordered it. It was the wrong one! You need to call 800-865-9330 and talk to someone before you try to order it from the site.
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Take the numbers from the existing filter. Don't have one, then just measure the width & length of the inside of the filter housing. Use electrostatic filters only if your unit is equipped to energize it.
If the filter looks like metal mesh, you can clean it in a tub of soapy water. If it looks like cotton, you'll need to get a new one. You can pick one up at Home Depot et al. Either bring in the old one or get the measurements of it to give to the salespeople.
If you look thru the front panel just behind it you will see a spong filter. you will need to access it either by removing the front cover or removing the whole front of the unit . wash it in warm soapy water and replace it . let me know
I don't know what kind of air conditioner, but I am assuming a window type.
I would turn off or unplug ac unit and remove the front cover. it should just pull off with a little effort and there should be a washable filter in front. just wash it out and get all water you can and reinstall it. there may be some newer styles out there, but this is the only kind I have seen.
Well I found this page http://www.yourspares.co.uk/proddetail.asp?prod=1688461 and you can get the filter there for £22.25 , which is about $35.00. I simply took the part number EL7351031200 and searched for it. That's the cheapest one I could find though. I read that it's a 3M filtrete filter, and, knowing me, I would just buy a cheaper, larger filtrete filter at wal-mart, cut it to size, and glue it to the plastic frame of the old one. I hope you also know that you can wash the filter in warm water until it wears out.
Depends on what type of filter you are referring to. If it is a fabric type filter media these are throw aways. If it is an electrostatic filter you should buy a spare. Wash one use it for 30 days then replace with the spare. Vice-Versa. These need to completely dry before they are put into use.
GO TO HOME DEPOT AND BUY A CUT TO FIT FOAM FILTER FROM THEM IT IS THE SAME MATERIAL AND COSTS ALOT LESS BRING YOUR OLD ONE WITH YOU SO THEY CAN HELP YOU FIND THE RIGHT ONE. IF YOU WANT AN OEM FILTER I NEED THE MAKE AND MODEL# TO HELP YOU