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I have an Intertherm furnace that now will not turn on....Its a gas unit..electronic ignition,,, and from what I could read on the furnace..the model number is G2RR050C12...geez..I hope thats correct.... The landlord tells me..its just a clogged filter...sighhh....I cant even find access to the filter!!!....HELP!!! Any help in this area..needless to say..would be much appreciated

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The filter is in the bottom of the furnace. Turn T-stat off and go to furnace. Unplug furnace. Top door comes off first, pull up on top door then out and down, set aside. Bottom door lifts up and then out. There is ur filter at the bottom. azeddysac@yahoo.com change ur filter then hit me back

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