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Filter size I live in an apartment with a weather king 14AHJ11S01C01 and they change the filter but it always gets mangled and end up ripped apart. The size filter they use is a 20X12X1. Is this the right size filter or should I get a bigger size?

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Thats an A/C, what is the indoor unit model #? Does it have a filter box? If so what size? If not do how does your filters sit in the unit?

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I need a Weather King A/C repairman for my area. I live in New Orleans, La.


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If your furnace is easily accessed in the basement or a closet etc. then likely the filters are located either in the bloer compaertment (the small panel on the furnace) or in the ductwork attached to the furnace. There should be a removable cover. The size varies dedending on the size of your system. When you remove the old one it should be printed on it or you can measure it.
If your furnace is in the attic or a crawl space then you probably have filter grill(s) in your return air. Usually centrally located in the home.
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Not cold air cool air?


Check your air filter. if its ok call the guy who installed it and have him fix the leak. It prob is a bad weld joint. Check the joints on the copper tubing inside at the coil and outside at the a/c and feel around and see if there is oil leaking from the joint. If not you may have a leak in a coil or on the txv inside on the coil.

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The best way to find the size of the filter is to use a tape measure to find the size of the filter cavity. Remmeber, most filters come in even numbered inches, and you can buy a "cut to fit" at The Home Depot. Ask for "Hogshair".

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Possible causes are dirty filters, dirty condenser coil, dirty evaporator coil, or low referigerant charge. Any one of the conditions will affect heat transfer.

Check the filters in your indoor unit, If they seem to be clean and replaced on a regular basis, your evaporator coil is probably in good shape. Unfortunatley on some Weather King models even checking the evaporator coil is not possible due to the extensive amount of referigerent lines that block access to the coil without some major work including evacuating the refrigerant.

The most likely cause is a dirty outdoor condenser coil. On weather king models you will have to remove the casing that surrounds the coil because is is built in such a way that the condenser coil cannot be properly cleaned with the casing in place. Once it is removed make sure breaker is switched off and clean the coil with a water hose.

If your outdoor coil is not dirty then it is a refrigerent problem.


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