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Honeywell F50 problem

Thanks, I saw a couple of plates touching so I adjusted them and it seemed to have fixed the problem.

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  • mdrouillard Jan 22, 2009

    my problem is the damn thing won't stop clicking since i cleaned the aluminum filter. any ideas how to make it stop?

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You are welcome..you can leave me a comments here and rate that one as fix..
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