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Where is the filter on an xe80 trane res. hvac system is not in return in house.

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It might have higher end filter on in installed at the furnace or check inside of the furnace it should have a filter clip factory add.

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AIR FILTER
DESCRIPTION

A dust and odor air filter is standard equipment on
models equipped with the three zone temperature
control systems. The filter element is the
same size as the front air conditioner evaporator to
ensure ample filtering capacity. A removable door on
the bottom of the front HVAC housing below the
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the vehicle until it engages the opened stop on the
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(4) Use your fingers to reach through the air filter
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grasp the air filter.
(5) Pull the air filter straight down and out of the
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INSTALLATION
(1) Note the “Airflow” directional arrow imprinted
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(2) With the air filter “Airflow” arrow properly oriented,
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(3) With the latch still positioned against its
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(4) Slide the air filter door latch toward the front
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